Welcome to Bentley Restaurant + Bar
New Year’s Eve at Bentley | Tuesday 31 December
At Bentley we’re offering the choice between a 5- course tasting menu (@$150 per person) and an 8- course tasting menu (@$180 per person).
To view both menus click here.
Bentley Restaurant + Bar offers a very special dining experience in an industrial-chic space in Sydney’s CBD. Chef Brent Savage’s innovative and inventive food is expertly paired with boutique wines from Nick Hildebrandt’s eclectic international list. It is widely regarded as the best place in Australia to drink wine. Bentley Restaurant + Bar and its founders have a deserved reputation for excellence in food, wine-matching and service, which has earned them a swag of industry awards.
Bentley Restaurant offers both a la carte and tasting menus, including a vegetarian tasting menu, as well as the best business lunch in Sydney CBD. The Bentley Bar has a fun bar menu that’s perfect for a post-work or pre-theatre bite and a drink.
Bentley Restaurant + Bar welcomes corporate diners, and has one of Sydney’s best private dining rooms.
Weekday Lunch Special
Keen to try a few of our new dishes at Bentley but short on time? Then pop in for our ‘Best of Bentley’ two OR three-course lunch special, served Monday to Friday from 12pm.
Two courses $65 per person
Three courses $75 per person
Two Hats – Good Food Guide 2020
Gourmet Traveller Top 100 Restaurants 2020 – No.9
Best Listing of Wines by the Glass & Best Digestif List– Wine List of the Year Awards 2020
Gourmet Traveller Top 100 Restaurants 2019 – No.10
Two Hats – Good Food Guide 2019 – “Glittery CBD dining that still pushes all the right buttons”
Best Listing of Wines by the Glass – Wine List of the Year Awards 2018
Two Hats – Good Food Guide 2018 – “Putting Business Class into dining”
Brent Savage ‘Chef of the Year’ – Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2015
Nick Hildebrandt ‘Sommelier of the Year’ – Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide 2015
“From day one Bentley has been a partnership between a sommelier and a chef. That means it’s about what’s in the glass as much as what’s on the plate, what happens on the floor as much as in the kitchen. Lots of chef-driven restaurants are great places to eat, but at Bentley you can dine.” Pat Nourse, Gourmet Traveller, October 2018.