The Belvedere Hotel Sydney is a charming old style hotel and pub, surrounded by the towering city blocks of the Central Business District. Inside, however, you will find a world of relaxed luxury completely unaffected by the hustle and bustle of the city outside. As you walk in from Kent Street, you will enter the ground floor pub area, with a fantastic menu of pub classics featuring plenty of fresh fish brought straight from the markets of Sydney. The second floor has been restyled into one of the best Greek restaurants in Sydney, harnessing all the flavours of land and sea with traditional Greek recipes with beautiful modern presentation. Take a step out of the bustle of the Sydney CBD, and book a table at The Belvedere Hotel.
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Some very tasty options on offer as well as good pub fare
Great food. Service was amazing, staff try really hard to provide the best service.
Nice place! Don’t want to share too much otherwise it will be the go to place for pleasant drinks and dinner
The Belvedere Hotel may look modest next to the towering blocks of Sydney’s CBD, but the quality of food and the relaxed, friendly atmosphere make it stand head and shoulders above the rest. They serve traditional classic pub style food on the ground floor with everything from a beautifully aged pinnacle sirloin steak to four different kinds of gourmet burgers, all complimented with a fantastic wine menu and fresh beer on tap.
Upstairs is the Greek portion of The Belvedere Hotel, where there is a similarly great menu to choose from. If you're after a little bit of everything, try the Ola Greek banquet starting off with olives, hummus and tzatziki; then on to a main course of wagyu beef keftedakia, prawns and slow cooked lamb shoulder; with a smidge of pistachio baklava ice cream to finish off the event. The quality of the food and the excellent value for money, makes the banquet a real winner. At The Belvedere Hotel, you can also soak up the sunshine on their open terrace and relax after a hard days work (or shopping)! So, book your table now and make your way to 482 Kent Street, because you don’t want to miss out on this one.