Belle: Hidden in Sydney’s Central Building District is a pub that has been inspired by late Australian actor Errol Flynn. Formally known as The Bligh, this pub has been relaunched as The Flynn.
The pub’s restaurant Lil’ Damita is reminiscent of the old school 1940s Hollywood glamour with the addition of dark parquet timber walls, velvet upholstered booths and pot plants. The menu at Lil’ Damita is a combination of classic Australian pub foods as well as some new mixes to compliment the changing pub food scene in Sydney.
The ingredients of a classic steak sandwich has been mixed up to create the Open Steak Sandwich, Angus sirloin, caramellised onion, beetroot, roast tomato, aioli & rocket on Iggys sourdough and chips ($18). The new take on this classic dish now requires the use of a knife and fork, which I didn’t mind because it allowed me to savor each bite. I would come back here for this dish and the $12 deals on Monday makes it all the more tempting. You can also check other deals that are available Monday til Thursday here.
On the lighter side, there are also a few salads that are available here. We decided on the Sashimi Salad, atlantic salmon, kingfish, cherry tomato, mixed leaf, avocado, daikon, spicy lemon & lime dressing ($20). The combination ingredients work well together. Make sure to mix the salad well before eating.
Being on a tight schedule, we did not try out the range of wonderful cocktails that were available. Perhaps next time!
2a Bligh Street, Sydney 2000.
(02) 9223 0037
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 10am til late.
Disclaimer: The Lamstock was invited by Sneha from Shake Appeal and dined as a guest of The Flynn. Opinions are however, our own.