Ormeggio at The Spit was awarded Two Chef Hats in Sydney Morning Herald's 2013 Good Food Guide and has been a 'hatted' restaurant since its first year of opening. The open-plan restaurant exudes European elegance, with clean lines, light wooden tables and elegant grey carpeting. Natural light floods through floor-to-ceiling bay windows, highlighting the gorgeous interior design and detail. The name Ormeggio means berth or mooring in Italian, reflecting the waterfront position of the restaurant. Every seat has postcard-worthy water views across The Spit waterway and Middle Harbour, making it an ideal spot to linger over a long lunch or sunset dinner. An intimate bar for pre-dinner drinks provides the perfect space for relaxing with a Pinot Grigio or a refreshing glass of sparkling Italian Franciacorta before you move through to your table.
Mosman NSW 2088
D'Albora Marinas at The Spit Mosman, on the western side of the Spit Bridge 9km from the Sydney CBD.