About The Tudor Hotel Redfern
Redfern is a buzzing inner city suburb of Sydney, and for many its beating heart is The Tudor Hotel, an unmissable half-timbered edifice on the corner of Redfern Street and Pitt Street. Under new management by the W. Short Hotel Group, The Tudor Hotel has undergone a few changes, bringing a local favourite up with the state of play when it comes to good food, drink and entertainment. This pub has all it takes to become a modern Australian classic: a courtyard and upstairs terrace for summer sessioning, bottle shop, a bistro selection of robust favourites, and a drinks list that makes other Sydney pubs blush.
- Monday 11:00 - 00:00
- Tuesday 11:00 - 00:00
- Wednesday 11:00 - 00:00
- Thursday 11:00 - 00:00
- Friday 11:00 - 00:00
- Saturday 11:00 - 00:00
- Sunday 11:00 - 00:00
Rock up with a reservation at The Tudor Hotel and you’re set for an afternoon or evening of fantastic modern Australian cuisine, a broad range of beverages to imbibe, and an atmosphere that’s hard to find elsewhere in Sydney. The Tudor is a rambling complex of a pub on the corner of Redfern Street and Pitt Street, with the courtyard and upstairs sun-terrace a sought-after spot for summer sessions over food and drink. As for liquid refreshment, whatever your style The Tudor’s got you covered – a rotating ber of the month for the hopheads, a long list of Australian varietals for those who like their wine, and popular cocktail pitchers – Pitt St Pimms, Rabbitoh mojito, sangria, margaritas and more – to put paid to the afternoon sweats.
You can tackle The Tudor Hotel’s bistro menu any number of ways, treating this Redfern local as a convenient spot for an express snack or to convene with mates over some a few shared plates like the sticky and spicy wings or crumbed South Australian prawns with lime aioli. Ramp up heartier restaurant fare with main courses like The Tudor house steak, a hefty, grass-fed Black Angus Scotch fillet or the signature Tudor Wagyu beef burger with caramelized onions, bacon, tomato, aged cheddar, pickles, BBQ sauce, American mustard, finished with a crunchy nacho topping. Sydney’s little ones are welcome at The Tudor, too, and for them the kitchen’s whipped up a pint-sized chicken schnitzel, fish and chips, or pasta Bolognese. A busy spot at the best of times, The Tudor Hotel is best enjoyed when you book a table in advance.
Excellent food and a good food menu. The shank and shiraz is delicious and good value. Would definitely eat here again. Bar tenders are friendly.