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23 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo NSW 2000  [02] 9220 0111

Our Reservation Policy

Whilst we encourage online bookings, please be aware that there may be limited availability. If your preferred time is unavailable, please contact the restaurant directly on +61 (02) 9220 0111. If your booking is for 5 or more we require credit card details to secure your reservation. If you fail to arrive for your booking or cancel less than 48 hours prior to your reservation a cancellation fee may apply.

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We require all reservations to be confirmed prior to the booking. We will try to confirm with you, however if you have not been contacted please phone or email us directly. We reserve the right to cancel any un-confirmed reservations. For some bookings at 6:00 pm and 6:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, your table may be limited to a 2 hour time frame.

Award-winning restauranteurs Chef Brent Savage and Sommelier Nick Hildebrandt, were thrilled when they were invited to be part of Sydney’s newest urban cultural and business precinct at Barangaroo South. The Baranagroo development is a major renewal of the former shipping wharves along the western edge of Sydney Harbour, and Sydney’s best have been invited to be part of this exciting new area.

With a reputation already forged by their Sydney restaurants Bentley Restaurant + Bar, Monopole and Yellow, having a fourth restaurant on the water’s edge in this brand new area of Sydney seemed like a perfect fit for the group. Brent and Nick named the restaurant ‘Cirrus’ to complement the cloud-like apartment block ‘Anadara’ that sits above it and the beautiful big-sky vista you can view from the dining room.

As one of the first establishments to open its doors to the public in September 2016, the Cirrus interior was designed by Pascale Gomes-McNabb and Terroir Architects. The design plays on the harbourside location and nautical heritage, and appears to seamlessly blend in with the curvaceous nature of the headland as if it were part of the landscape.


Website by the building block. Photography by Jun Chen.