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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.


The Good Food Guide Awards for 2019 were held on Monday evening at Crown Casino in Melbourne. Cirrus Dining was awarded two of the highly coveted chef’s hats.

Next level seafood cookery by some of the best in the biz

To view the full list of winners + read their reviews, click here.

Cirrus serves very rare Pacific Golden Crab

It’s the rare crab that Sydney’s top chefs are scrambling for but precisely where it’s caught remains a tightly-held trade secret.
Jason Georgoulis of Australian Live Seafood will only divulge that he catches the deep-sea Golden Pacific Crab in kilometre-deep water 50 nautical miles off Sydney. Currently the only way to taste the Pacific Golden Crab is to snag a table at high-end fine dining restaurants like grill restaurant Firedoor in Surry Hills, The Star’s Momofuku Seiobo, Barangaroo seafood sensation Cirrus, or Manta on Woolloomooloo Wharf. Read the whole article here.


Brent shares pineapple dessert recipe

Brent Savage shares his Almond Parfait with Caramelised Pineapple recipe with Delicious, and it will take you right to the tropics.

View the recipe here.

The Australian – Best Seaside Restaurants

The Australian’s renowned food critic John Lethlean Australia’s 10 best places to eat and “smell the seaweed”. Cirrus is included, with Lethlean stating that Cirrus at Barangaroo is “Australia’s best seafood-specialist restaurant”. Read the article in full here.

Delicious Australia’s Top 100 Restaurants

Cirrus is commended in the Delicious Top 100 NSW published Sunday 3rd December, coming in at #7 and winning Best Drinks List. They wrote “Eating at Cirrus is living the dining dream”. Read the full list and full write up on Cirrus here.

Business Insider ’12 favourite Australian restaurants of 2017′

Simon Thomsen of Business Insider Australia has recommended in ‘Executive Life’ his 12 favourite Australian restaurants of 2017.

Coming in at #1 is none other than Cirrus Dining.
Read the full article here.

Holidays For Couples ‘Unmissable Australian Restaurants’

Jane Wright muses upon dining in the half-yearly guide for travelling lovers, including Cirrus as one of 12  ‘Unmissable Australian Restaurants’.

“In Barangaroo, the city’s newest foodie district, Cirrus focuses on fresh, sustainably caught seafood with a side of harbour views. Besides oysters by the dozen and caviar by the spoonful, feast on marron (crayfish) with finger-lime pearls, popping ice plant and tomato oil; Queensland mud crab with green garlic and tarragon; and smiled yabbies with padron peppers and yoghurt.”

ABC Delicious – Sydney’s ‘Must-Visit’ List

ABC Delicious’ November  issue sees George Epanimondas put together an expert guide of Sydney, as the “inner-city drinking and dining scene has never been hotter”.

Cirrus is included and described as a “Rare Pearl”:
“It’s impossible not to feel like you’re on cloud nine at Cirrus. The name of the Barangaroo restaurant, hatched by chef Brent Savage and sommelier Nick Hildebrandt, refers to both cloud formations and oceanic creatures. Sustainable seafood is the star: start with the sublime smoked ocean trout parfait, proceed to sweet mud crab or grilled marron, then share the whole baby kingfish. The harbourside space, flushed with natural light, was conceived by architect Pascale Gomes-McNabb. “It’s serious food and wine in a casual setting,” says Hildebrandt.

Cirrus is Awarded Two Hats by Good Food

Cirrus has been awarded a coveted 2 hats in the Good Food Guide 2018. The Cirrus team are overjoyed to be included amongst some of the Nation’s best.  Read about all the awarded Hats here.

Good Food – Australia’s Top 10 Hot New Restaurants 2017

Good Food has included Cirrus as one of  Australia’s top 10 hot and new restaurants for 2017 – amongst other industry leaders. Read the full article here.

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