On Macquarie Street, just a short stroll from Hyde park.DETAILS
Back in the mid 1800s, the coin factory housed the most cutting edge technology. It now seamlessly melds Sydney’s colonial and contemporary character to serve modern food inside the old-fashioned surroundings. The foundations and history of the spectacular structure have been restored or preserved for display. The windows of the dining room reveal the skeleton of zinc, wood and other materials used in those first few years of construction over 150 years ago. Sydney Mint Café has many dining areas each with a different mood. The veranda overlooks Macquarie Street, the adjacent side of the building has tall windows that open onto the garden, while the inside dining rooms enjoy more privacy amidst the vintage features of the building .FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Walk through the huge steel gates on Macquarie Street and past the manicured gardens to one of the country’s oldest classically detailed buildings, The Mint. Within this grandeur structure that sees magnificent columns tower up from its sandstone entrance is The Mint Café.
A Modern Australian menu dictated by the seasons sees the fresh flavours of Sydney’s best catch of the sea, abundant vegetables and premium meat served with a wonderful Australian wine list.