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.
Great pub to watch the Swans. Good drink selection and decent priced pub meals.
The Tudor Hotel offers lovely, good value food and a nice atmosphere. we went for lunch and I highly recommend the slow roast lamb and orzo salad!
Some of the dishes had run out but the meals we had were very good- the staff were very friendly and helpful and were very accommodating to my 85 yr old aunt. Nice place good atmosphere.
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.