Characterful pub in The Rocks, with a number of small rooms. This place acts as the tap for The Rocks Brewery apparently. Around 12 taps on offer, the beer selection was slightly dull on my visit - mostly pales/IPA & the like. The staff were friendly and knew their stuff.
Camons (667) Hasselager, Denmark | March 11, 2017| Updated May 6, 2017
Nice place, old english style pub, several rooms with a wellcoming feeling, feels like visiting a friends house. Great music to, Pink Floyd, Joe Lee Hooker, Stones etc. To bad the service and the beers wasnt that rocking. "Yes we do flight" and then picked up her cellphone, later when ordering dinner she had a long chat with a friend at the bar before turning to me a paying customer. 10 taps, a flight of 5 for 20 dollars, beers average at best. My smoked brisket was great tho. Free and well working wifi. If be any chance ill be back in Sydney ill return and see if i just hit a bad day.
Nice pub in The Rocks, not far from The Australian. The staff know their product well. This pub has a lovely ambience, the kind of place where you sit with a book and a pint and watch the rain fall outside and the day pass you by. Always seems busy but never seems crowded.
Really enjoyed chilling at this place. Feels like a traditional English pub. The interior has many different rooms, so we grabbed our own with a couch. Rocks beers on tap aren’t anything special, but they also have a few guests. You can order a paddle of 5 for $20, standard for Aussie prices. Service was very friendly and helpful. Worth a stop when in the downtown.
Visited on 5th April 2016. It’s a large multi-level pub in the Rocks. It’s got a good range of beer from the Rocks brewery plus guests from Australia and New Zealand. All are available in tasting paddles which we took advantage of.
There’s some nice little rooms and we relaxed in the snug with our beers. Staff were friendly enough. Prices not too bad for a tourist location. Worth a stop if you’re in the Rocks as there’s quite a collection of venues nearby, don’t miss this one!
Lovely pub interior is one of the classiest in Sydney. Good guest taps (Nail Stout) and solid but uninspiring house brews.
Re-visit Nov 2015, I think it is one of my favorite places in Sydney, (my new favorite being Welcome Hotel!). Love the vibe, reminds me of an English pub.
Oakes (835) Vancouver, British Columbia | November 11, 2015
Character pub in the Rocks. House tap for Rocks Brewing. Good vibe in there, relaxed service was appreciated, in particular getting something past last orders, given that last orders were really, really early. I’ve been a couple times and would continue to make it a stop when in Sydney.
Visited both Oct -12 and Oct -15 for a few times. Both the food and the drinks is worth trying. Nice selection of beer, also the food is of a very good quality. Staff is nice and friendly.
gnoff (711) Göteborg, Sweden | October 11, 2015| Updated October 20, 2015
Revisited Saturday October 10, 2015. Fairly late, not crowded, managed to get a paddle served. Nice friendly service once more. Have a feeling I’ll go back tonight! No longer a limit to pay by the card, awesome! Also a short visit Oct 11 for two midi of beer (or half pint), one was $8 and one was $8.50.
Visited twice, first visit was July 12, 2013. 12 beers available, 6 of them from Rocks, 6 from various Oz craft breweries. 4 beer tasting paddle available, but they don’t do them Friday nights when it gets busy, I was there early enough this Friday to get one though. Annoying $30 minimum to pay with card, so bring cash unless you’re getting a lot. No WiFi. Nice fast service, bar staff seem rather knowledgeable about the beers.
Also visited July 16, 2013. Stopped by for two more tasting paddles. Didn’t eat either of the times, but the $30 min on card annoyed me both times. Second time a huge group of people in sombreros and fake moustaches walked in for a beer, then left again, weird. A few TV sets showing footie. Nice place, I’d go back again if in Sydney.