What do you get when you take a well-regarded Sydney chef, a popular neighbourhood restaurant site and add a new venture? Apparently exactly the same thing.

Honeycomb

Honeycomb

This may sound odd, but when the chef in question is Café Sopra’s Andy Bunn, and the new venture promises more of the same tasty, unpretentious and uncomplicated cuisine he’s become renowned for, this is a very good thing, Sydney. Don’t know who he is?

Well if you’ve ever fallen in love with Sopra’s banoffee pie, shredded cabbage salad with balsamic or one of many killer pastas, guess what? You’re already a convert.

Tucked at the bottom of Liverpool Street in the old Phamish/Koi site, near stalwarts Buon Ricordo and Bill’s, with a bevy of new projects sprouting up nearby, it’s an eating precinct to keep your eye on.

Featuring golden-hued light fixtures and hexagonal wooden touches, this is one chic hive in which to kick back and enjoy the talents of this Sydney treasure.


Honeycomb


354 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst 2010

T: 02 9331 3387

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner: Thursday – Saturday