Most striking feature:


At Rushcutters you will find everything that I love in a hotspot: it is located in a large industrial warehouse, the floor-to-ceiling windows are always open, the food is perfect and the design unbeatable. Rushcutters is divided into several areas: a casual cafe with those floor-to-ceiling windows, a take-away bar, a communal table in the back of the restaurant and ofcourse the restaurant itself. I went there to have breakfast (frittata with mushrooms and a tea) and it was really good. You can go here by yourself or with friends. At night they serve drinks too and new is that they organize a market every Friday and Saturday. That’s also part of their motto: buy local. So not only they do their shopping at a farmer or a market but only as long as it isn’t more than an hour away from the spot. And by opening the market on Friday and Saturday they also invite locals to buy local. The restaurant in Rushcutters Bay, close to Kings Cross, is owned by Kasper Christensen (from Denmark) and Martin Boetz who worked for Longrain for a few years in both Sydney and Melbourne. A must visit in terms of the atmosphere, but also for their delicious food.


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  • Erin

    02.04.2014 at 23:08 Reply

    This space reminds me of our new indoor market in Denver, The Source. It’s only a few month old, but it has a few great restaurants, a bakery, and some cool shops.

    • Pauline Egge

      02.04.2014 at 10:01 Reply

      Cool! On my Travel Bucket List right away 🙂 Thanks Erin!

  • Matt

    02.04.2014 at 14:50 Reply

    Je veux ecrire un bon article. Love it 🙂

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