SONG KITCHEN IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED: Given government restrictions on travel and hospitality in Australia, and to support the health and well being of our guests, patrons and colleagues, Song Kitchen is temporarily closed. We wish you all well, and look forward to welcoming you back soon.

Did you know Song Kitchen is a profit-for-purpose business that supports social change? Profits from Song Kitchen support YWCA Australia programs and services for women, young women & girls in Australia. For more information visit www.ywca.org.au

ABOUT US:  Located at the southern end of Hyde Park, Song Kitchen is a stylish cafe, bar and dining room, located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.

We are open for early breakfast and coffee 7 days, lunch Monday to Friday and dinner Monday to Saturday.

To suit ‘work’ or ‘pleasure’ time frames we offer a light lunch, a la carte dinner or shared banquet menus, for groups. The kitchen also offers quality bar food and delicious burgers all day, for those on the go.

Our head chef Liz Mason formerly worked in London & Hong Kong and her cooking style is beautifully elegant and simple with punchy Middle Eastern spice, and fresh, detailed Mediterranean flavours.

Some of our highlights include house-made gnocchi, blue swimmer crab, brown butter and nasturtium. Pasture raised chicken roasted in buttermilk, silverbeet, thyme, almond and a melt in your mouth beef short rib nihari, green chilli, pumpkin and coriander salad with flatbread.

“Vegetables too are my great love, fresh garden produce, is really the foundation of my menu at Song Kitchen.”

This is exemplified by dishes such as eggplant grilled in ras el hanout, wild rice, pomegranate, yoghurt, sweet herbs, or our roast cauliflower, almond and tahini hummus. A vegetarian / vegan staple on the menu is Liz’s Moroccan B’stilla pie; traditional flaky pastry full of nutritious vegetables such as roast fennel, pea and greens. 

To complement Liz’s vibrant dishes, our wine list celebrates artisanal Australian producers and alternative, lesser know grape varieties. Importantly too, half the bottle selection is comprised of female winemakers or estate owners in a nod gender equality.

Good food, for a good cause.