Every table at Kobe Jones has a water view and floor to ceiling glass doors fold back to a spacious, covered terrace. Decor is elegant and uncluttered, making the most of the spectacular backdrop of Darling Harbour. Sophisticated and stylish, the Kobe Jones bar has gained its own reputation for outstanding cocktails, a sensational selection of sake and an excellent range of Australian wines and local and imported beers. Enjoy a chilled-out blend of ambient music on a Friday or Saturday night.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Kobe Jones serves modern Japanese cuisine with a Californian twist. Mouth watering entrees include the spider roll, a crunchy soft shell crab served with crab salad, avocado, cucumber and a sprinkle of smelt roe, the volcano roll, a sublime dish of Californian rolls topped with a delectable, creamy oven baked scallop and sprinkled with sesame seeds and finally, the number one special, a crab salad with avocado wrapped in snapper and baked with an unctuous Kobe Jones cream sauce. Fish takes centre stage among the main courses. Seared tuna steak is rolled in peppercorns and served pink and moist with a seafood risotto or perhaps try the green tea salmon, marinated and seared, served with wasabi mash and nori cream. Banquet menus are available for groups of four or more, a great way to ensure you sample all the culinary delicacies available.
29 Lime Street,
King Street Wharf
Sydney CBD NSW 2000
King Street Wharf is a short stroll from the heart of Sydney's CBD. Located just 250m from Wynyard train station, there is direct access to King Street Wharf via Erskine Street by car and via the pedestrian foot bridge at King Street, or along Cockle Bar and the Darling Harbour waterfront promenade past the Sydney Aquarium.