Nestled over the water in Kirribilli, the recently refurbished Bayly’s Bistro is a delightful destination for a delicious pre- or post-theatre meal in a stylish and relaxed setting, with a guarantee to get you to your show on time.
With Head Chef Nathan Jackson at the helm, Bayly’s offers modern Australian fare with a classic European influence and an emphasis on local, seasonal and thoughtfully sourced produce.
Bayly’s Bistro Menu
“A terrific evening… I enjoyed a delicious meal in happy buzzy surroundings where we were looked after by a cracker of a team. Chef Nathan Jackson – bright, eager and proud of his craft – delivered a simple menu that was near flawless.”
Tue – Sat | Bayly’s Bistro is open for lunch after 11am shows and dinner servings coincide with shows.
Reserve a table
Please note: Online bookings need to be confirmed at least 3 hours prior to your dining time. Please call the Bistro for any last minute bookings.
If you’d like to book Bayly’s Bistro for a private function, call Bayly’s Bistro (02) 8918 3455 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The perfect place for a drink before the show and chat with friends, or a post-show debrief and digestif, you’ll be well looked after at Jim’s Foyer Bar.
With a drinks list including wine from our friends at Hungerford Hill, spirits, and an array of local craft beer, the Foyer Bar also offers a new snack and hot food menu to match its contemporary new look.
Foyer Bar Opening Times
For all Tuesday to Saturday performances, the Foyer Bar is open an hour before all performances, during interval and after the show. On Sundays, the Foyer Bar is open an hour before the performance and during the interval only.
Order a Cheese Plate
THE CHEESE PLATE – $30
(Made to order)
2 or more people | Three cheeses served with crackers, olives, mixed pickle, bacon jam, walnuts & raisins
Brie | Australia – soft – creamy
Provolone Stravecchio | Italy – semi hard – bitey
Pecorino with truffle | Italy – semi hard – sheep’s milk – rich
Manchego | Spain – hard – full flavoured
Saracino | Italy – semi hard – smooth – mild