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.
“Very pleasant and helpful staff. Much more intimate experience than in the larger impersonal hotels. Nice location in the Rocks near the bridge and Circular Quay. Good selection of restaurants on the doorstep.”