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AND ALSO, IN SYDNEY…

The Paperbark team has brought chef Joel Bennetts on board at , a pasta and gnocchi bar on Bondi Road. And if they didn’t tell A close-knit team. A marble bar. Dark browns and moody greens. A Croque Monsieur at breakfast that nods to sister venue Clementine’s café. Dapper wine guy Enrique Mendoza pouring Pheasant’s Tears tavkveri rosé from Georgia alongside local naturals and petit chablis. Throw in a $45 menu featuring Jerusalem artichokes with pickled onion, rump cap and mushrooms with sauce Robert and killer snacks and is what a local wine bar should be. Lucky Pyrmont. 52 Harris St, Pyrmont, (02) 8591 3660. Mike McEnearney has flipped No 1 Bent Street into a flagship , which hasn’t had an outpost outside the airport since the Rosebery original closed. Lunch sees canteen-style salads – crisp Brussels sprouts with buttermilk, say – with a protein, including roast chicken, or pork belly with piccalilli, but it’s an all-day gig, with crumpets and honeycomb at breakfast, coffee-rubbed beef intercostal at dinner, and a strong all-Australian list of wines. 1-7 Bent St, Sydney, (02) 9252 5550.

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