Sydney Brewery launches The Cidery

The Cidery Bar & Kitchen has relaunched in the heart of Sydney’s popular World Square dining and entertainment precinct after a complete re-imagining of the venue.

The new design offers blends ‘urban distressed’ style with warm, colourful tones, deep chesterfields, herringbone parquetry flooring and a bar constructed from recycled bridge timbers.

With an airy outdoor terrace overlooking World Square, The Cidery is a cosy nightspot, funky eatery and perfect event venue with DJ’s every Friday night matching the bar’s vibe.

Newly refurbished, The Cidery Bar & Kitchen in World Square

The bar and eatery offers an expanded range of craft beers and ciders, particularly from Australian small producers, with the flagship cider, Sydney Cider produced in-house by Sydney Brewery.

The Cidery bar team and chefs have developed a selection of food dishes to complement the craft ciders and beers. Share plates include pan seared calamari on rustiguette with truffle butter, cauliflower crisps with Fourme D’ambert sauce, and high-quality charcuterie and cheeses. More substantial dishes include ‘Lovedale Lager’ battered fish and chips, whiting fillets meuniere and duck cassoulet.

The Cidery also showcases an extensive selection of craft beers, including a range produced by Sydney Brewery that celebrates the great city of Sydney with labels such as ‘Paddo Ale’, ‘Glamarama’ & ‘Surry Hills pilsner’. Premium wines and cocktails (many using cider) are also available.

“Fresh is everything,” says The Cidery’s Vincent Santoro. “It’s a fresh new look, the cider comes fresh from the cidery just a few floors under the bar, our menu is designed to complement the ciders and beers, and we are making World Square an even more diverse and attractive dining precinct.

”We offer inside and outside dining, and our menu, service style and drinks list will adapt throughout the day to suit the World Square audience.”

The Cidery complements World Square’s extensive dining options, including high profile eateries such as Neil Perry’s Burger Project, Din Tai Fung and Taste of Shanghai.

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