The Apollo Group proclaims new Potts Level restaurant – hospitality

Jonathan Barthelmess and Sam Christie are gearing as much as welcome a brand new addition to their rising restaurant portfolio.

The Apollo Group will open a European-style all-day eatery within the former Bourke Avenue Bakery and Paper Hen location in Sydney’s Potts Level later within the yr.

The unnamed Crick Avenue restaurant is only a brief stroll away from The Apollo and Cho Cho San and is the sixth venue from the group, which additionally operates Greca and Yoko in Brisbane and a Tokyo iteration of The Apollo in Ginza.

Whereas extra particulars are to be launched within the coming weeks, the crew hopes “it will likely be a vibrant gathering place for folks at any time of the day” and that the restaurant will “complement the rising native meals providing within the Potts Level group”.

Barthelmess spoke to Good Meals on the launch, confirming the eatery will function seven days per week for lunch and dinner.

The opening marks an thrilling new chapter for the group to discover a distinct type of meals, with the group’s different eateries specializing in Greek and Japanese flavours.

There’s no denying the continued increase of European-style bistros opening within the metropolis, with 2022 seeing steak tartare, varied proteins and frites, and crepes Suzette sweep throughout menus.

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