No. 10 Bistro - Opens at The Mint


The 200-year-old Mint building at 10 Macquarie Street, Sydney has welcomed a new era with the arrival of No. 10 Bistro opening today on the first floor.

No.10 Bistro offers superb contemporary bistro style food with a focus on high-quality local produce. 

A sophisticated and innovative wine list features unique, handcrafted Australian wines developed by leading Sommelier, Samantha Payne. The wine list is accompanied by No.10 Bistro’s signature cocktails and local craft beers. Overlooking the historic Macquarie Street precinct, the bistro will open for lunch Monday to Friday and private events at other times.

From 8 February, No.10 Store – an espresso bar, Fresh Flowers and Anthropology gift store, will open, activating the ground floor of the old Bullion Room. This new creative retail space features an all-day menu with panini, muffins, tea cakes and more available from 730am to 3pm Monday to Friday.

The new bistro and retail concept store are part of Fresh Catering’s arrival at The Mint and the Justice & Police Museum, where they are also now the exclusive event caterer.

Members of Sydney Living Museums can enjoy a 10% discount at both No.10 Bistro and No.10 Store.

For more details or to make a booking please visit Fresh Catering’s website

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