Sydney’s much-loved English pub, The Lord Dudley has undergone a complete transformation to relaunch The Garden restaurant.
Located beneath a new glass atrium on the lower ground floor, The Garden’s new interior design includes a central marble bar, exposed sandstone walls and hanging foliage creating a hidden oasis within the classic family- run English pub.
The Garden menu includes seasonal classic English dishes with a modern twist. The launch Winter menu includes dishes such as cured salmon with pickled onion, horseradish crème fraiche and blinis, as well as heartier options such as house made panfried gnocchi with shaved Australian truffle. Mains include a crumbed veal cutlet and a Mirrool Creek lamb Rack. The classic Dudley Pie of the Day remains on the menu.
Head Chef Simon Tang has insisted the food remains true to the Lord Dudley heritage with an emphasis on using fresh local produce.
The interior design is by Amber Road Design Studio who has captured the The Lord Dudley aesthetic. The interior includes pendant lights handmade in Milan from LightCo, classic Thornet chairs, an antique glass backed bar and a peacock named Mark, who overlooks the room. The Garden has a fire place for the cooler months and is filled with natural light from the glass atrium throughout the year.