Hubert opened in the Sydney CBD (Central Business District) in 2016, but it feels like it’s been there for much longer. Make your way down a set of stairs into this underground cavern and you’ll think you’re in a glamorous mansion somewhere in Europe instead of in the Sydney CBD. The space is split into a cocktail bar and dining room, where the walls are lined with wine bottles and vintage posters. Eat comforting French food like steak tartare with fries, duck liver parfait, chicken fricassee, creamed spinach, and crème caramel. It’s hard not to love this one.
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