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About

Naturalist Daniel Solander (1733-1782), was integral to the early documentation and collection of Australian plants. Today, we tip our hat to this whimsical character in our botanical-inspired restaurant and bar.

Solander was invited by Joseph Banks to travel to Australia on the Endeavour to assist Banks to make a large collection of natural history specimens, including many from the east coast of Australia.

Daniel Solander was a rather short, plump man of some thirteen stone, jovial, fond of company and much in demand in London society. A confirmed bachelor, he was a popular conversationalist and ‘a philosophical gossip’; with a weakness for elaborate waistcoats.

A modern Australian
all-day dining experience

Michael Vane, Man of Many

Eat

Our food philosophy is to embrace the best regional and seasonal produce New South Wales has to offer. Belgian-born Executive Chef David Vandenbeele entwines Australian botanicals and fresh seasonal produce to create a memorable dining experience. David carefully selects products of the highest quality then uses his background in French cooking, and his global experience from kitchens in Belgium, New York and London, to add some international flare to each dish.

BREAKFAST MENULUNCH MENUDINNER MENU$19 EXPRESS LUNCHDESSERT MENU

Drink

We specialise in botanical-inspired cocktails, no-alcohol cocktails, and boutique Australian and international spirits, wines and craft beers. Settle at our emerald green terrazzo marble bar, or sit with a drink and light bites in the open-air jungle-style atrium.

 

HAPPY HOUR 5PM TO 7PMBAR MENUWINE LIST

Private Events

With our 72-seat, zoned bar and restaurant spaces that extend onto our lush atrium, we can create intimate spaces or cater to groups of up to 160 people. A minimum spend is required for area or full venue bookings.

Call +61 2 8297 6500 or email to plan your event.

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Find Us

Solander Dining & Bar 65 Sussex Street Sydney NSW 2000

Solander Dining & Bar 65 Sussex Street Sydney NSW 2000

Telephone:

+61 2 8297 6500
Email:
solander_enquiries@hilton.com

Hours:

Breakfast
Monday – Friday
6.30am – 10.30am
Saturday – Sunday
6.30am – 11am
Lunch
Daily
12pm – 2.30pm
Dinner
Daily
6pm – 10pm

 

Solander Bar
Daily
6.30am – late

A boutique hotel and modern classic, moments from Barangaroo on the Western Corridor.

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