The Crow Bar

Crows NestAustralian$$$$
42 Reviews
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About The Crow Bar

The brains and bellies behind Sydney’s Crow Bar are far from a murderous bunch. A gaggle of passionate foodies, these guys and girls have together locked their beady eyes on a shared passion for good food, fine wine, creative cocktails – and they’re very eager to share what they’ve built from their cosy eyrie down Burlington Street in, yes, Crows Nest. Crow Bar is a perfect place to sample carefully curated international cuisine, innovative cocktails, fine wine and crafty beer, whether you’re up for a casual bite or a large celebration.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 10:00 pm
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am


The Crow Bar
6 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
Sydney 2065

Menu Highlights



The Crow Bar Curry

Curried Gurnard, cherry tomatoes, coconut cream, curry leaves, served with roti bread.

Huge Jackman Burger

Beef patty in a brioche bun, garlic mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickle, beetroot, Monterey Jack cheese, fried egg.

Share Plates for Pecking and Sharing - Lamb Skewers

4 x Indian spiced lamb skewers. Served with minted yoghurt.
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More about The Crow Bar, Crows Nest

When three resourceful crows figured it was best to nest together in their quest to offer Sydney an intimate bar experience backed by a very clever kitchen, they settled on a lofty down Crows Nest’s Burlington Street but discovered they still needed to add a few feathers to their flock. And so John, Tracey, and Kerry – a trio with over sixty years collective hospitality experience – began the hunt and soon became four, welcoming international chef Anna Borna to the fold. Borna’s contribution is some of Sydney’s best tapas­style share plates and platters, plus grand function menus for when Crow Bar opens its doors to diners looking to celebrate a big event or simply get together en masse, like a much less ominous (though possibly as hungry) take on Hitchcock’s classic!

Crow Bar has some serious leverage when it comes to the already crowded Sydney tapas bar and wine bar scene. First to the food, a highlight of this Crows Nest restaurant and stylish watering hole’s offering. Borna’s plates are designed for picking and sharing, focusing on authentic recipes culled from Spain and the Mediterranean, but open also to a few international flourishes – the Thai beef salad and Crow Bar’s famous chips with American­style sauce are just two globe­trotting examples. If you’re indecisive, with a larger group, or simply want to sample a range of bites that showcase Crow Bar’s culinary curatorship, go for the handsome and generously apportioned share boards, covering charcuterie, cheese, or a combination of both. Bigger appetites are cared for by dishes such as the twice­roasted lamb shoulder, fish tacos, schnitzel sliders, American­style ribs and the Crow Bar burger. A visit to this Burlington Street eatery wouldn’t be complete without a sip from the bar, with an impressive range of wines, boutique whiskies, signature cocktails and man­tails (for easily embarrassed blokes) on offer.

42 The Crow Bar Reviews

42 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Good value
Noise levels:Pleasant
Sharon T.4 months ago · 1 review

Great placebo catch up and get a cocktail or two

Samantha H.8 months ago · 1 review

Awesome atmosphere, super friendly staff, food to share amazing and the beverage menu superb! One of my fave places to visit in the north and crows nest! 😊

Trevor M.a year ago · 1 review

Great atmosphere ... friendly service ... good food and beer. What else could you want? We've been before and we'll be going again. You should​ go too.