Located in the Rocks on the corner of Argyle street and Sydney’s oldest cobblestone laneway, Kendall lane, designer Michael McCann transformed the historic former bond warehouse into a unique dinning space.
The interior features a dramatic open kitchen with Pony hide clad kitchen counter, heritage brick walls and commissioned woven art hangings on a mesh clad side wall. The restaurant is intimate with chocolate tomes and moody timber and features an outdoor deck with a stunning communal dining table and lounge bar.
Critically acclaimed Chef Damien Heads reigns supreme leading a team of chefs who pride themselves on using only the freshest ingredients to create dishes in-house which showcase Australian produce. A fun, buzy atmosphere, Pony the Rocks is the perfect dining experience.
“We stayed at the Harbour Rocks at the beginning of our trip to Sydney and loved everything about it- we learned later that it was the first hospital in Sydney, so it had a lot of character and was a perfect little boutique hotel in an incredible location in The Rocks. The views of the opera house and Harbour Bridge were just a bonus in this quaint little place and will definitely recommend it and go back myself.”