Dine & Discover NSW is a new statewide scheme that encourages the community to venture out and spend!
Due to launch in the coming weeks and as an initiative to provide support to our state’s businesses, the government is handing out $100 to each NSW resident over the age of 18 to be used in hospitality venues and on entertainment and recreation activities. In order to receive your vouchers, apply online today.
As local business operators continue to look for future recovery, we need to keep in mind all the ways that our Investa community can support them today. Demonstrate your commitment to local businesses, the workforce, culture and dine with convenience at the below locations.
Sixty Martin Place
Toppi Restaurant & Bar
Toppi Restaurant & Bar has three distinct areas: a pasta bar, a cocktail bar and a dining room, all of which offer a different experience. Through an open pass on one side, you can watch chefs prepare pasta from scratch, while on the other side you’ll see carefully curated cocktails being put together. Enjoy a barrel aged Negroni made with grappa or their trademark tiramisu Martini. Use your $25 voucher at Toppi and indulge within the sophisticated Italian diner at its corner spot at 60 Martin Place.
The Naked Duck
The Naked Duck serves succulent cuts of meat and poultry, slow roasted to perfection, on a traditional handmade rotisserie from France. Also available to order is The Naked Duck’s full breakfast menu, salads and freshly made paninis.
126 Phillip St
Mordeo Bistro & Bar
Mordeo Bistro & Bar serves a selection of antipasto, wood fired pizzas, meat from the grill as well as fresh pasta made daily. The casual yet elegant bistro is a slice of Southern Europe and is perfectly matched by an extensive wine list and homemade artisan beer.
Barrack Place’s Firegrill restaurant and bar offers destination dining with an emphasis on classic timeless comfort and quality. The $25 voucher will give you access to the all-day venue offering lunchtime goodness, after-work drinks, or maybe you’d prefer their scrumptious breakfast menu.
A contemporary Sydney eatery all about traditional northern-Chinese food. Mo’st is selling rou jia mo – a doughy and firm Chinese bun filled with fatty meat and sometimes coriander, capsicum and cumin. It’s said to be the world’s oldest sandwich, dating back 2300 years to China’s Zhou Dynasty, and is the most famous dish of Shaanxi, a far north-west province of China.
Pick up your favourite breakfast and lunch items like handmade pastry and coffee, or freshly made sandwiches and salads all on the go! or sit down with a colleague or client for a cup of Batch coffee perfection. Lining the exposed-brick laneway, Batch Espresso is a place for a quality grab-and go experience, supported by first-class amenities and services such as Workclub.
201 Kent St
Back Row West
Back Row West has been derived from a blend of menu offerings to cater for the busy Corporate and casual life of SydneySiders. A sleek spot on the sixth floor of the AON Building and established from the passion of creating healthy, organic and wholesome dishes. The cafe uses only Australian and locally sourced products and promotes the use of many Australian foods and supplies that put together their menu today.
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