Places To Eat Redfern
Abbotts Hotel Waterloo has quietly unveiled a renovation and foodie drawcard owner Bill Smith has aimed at the “sweet spot” for pubs, in the moving target of patron expectations.
The relentless march of the foodie to re-invented gastro pubs has become almost militaristic in the fringes of Sydney, as revellers rejoice in sensibly priced meals that rival top-dollar morsels at expensive restaurants.
While the standard of food has risen dramatically, Smith says the fundamentals of what makes a good pub haven’t changed too much.
Boldly facing the tide of change, the hotel has morphed from being a predominantly beer pub to a neighbourhood pub, enjoying the company of young and old locals, inner-city hipsters and the traditional clients in an all-welcome atmosphere.
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