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Twenty retail tenants at Sydney Place announced

New food and lifestyle destinations, joining Maurice Terzini and DTL multi-level venue Jackson's on George, to start opening from March 2023.

Twenty exciting food and beverage operators have today been announced as retailers at Sydney Place, a new vibrant precinct in one of Sydney’s most-loved waterfront destinations, Circular Quay.

Some of Australia’s most recognisable and awarded chefs, restaurateurs and lifestyle retailers will open from March 2023 across the intimate laneways of Sydney Place. Renowned tenants include chef Federico Zanellato’s (Lumi Dining), much-loved pie and pastry store, Lode Pies; sophisticated rotisserie chicken shop, Sunday by chef Morgan McGlone (ex-Belles Hot Chicken); and a Japanese-inspired restaurant and whiskey bar by Joel Best.

They will be joined by Toby’s Estate, Kosta’s Takeaway, Malay Chinese Noodle Bar, BoBo Dumplings, Toastiesmith and many more of Sydney’s casual dining favourites in some of the city’s newest laneways.

Crane Lane will be an everyday-dining inspired spot with a warm energy and operators serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between including, BoBo Dumplings, Toastiesmith, Open Sesame Middle Eastern concept, Burger Point, Sushi Yuzen, Dopa, C9 gelato and Yasaka Ramen.

Rugby Place will be the gateway to Sydney Place connected directly to Pitt Street and will be a busy thoroughfare with quality, quick food options that make for easy takeaway. It will include Sunday, Lode Pies, Malay Chinese Noodle Bar, and Kosta’s Sandwiches.

Underwood Street is a hidden alleyway destination for all things pocket-sized and intimate, from coffee and toasties to a destination Japanese diner and a tattoo parlour. Key operators will include Joel Best’s new Japanese-inspired restaurant and whiskey bar concept, Kingswood Coffee, and cafe The Associate, as well as Thirteen Feet Tattoo.

Lendlease acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Sydney Place is being built, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, and pay our respects to them and their elders - past, present and emerging.