From Coogee's coast to leafy Lane Cove: Milan Strbac, Executive Chef of Sugarcane, announces the opening of Sugarlane.
Milan Strbac, who spent five years working at Sydney favourite Longrain, will be bringing his signature Southeast-Asian flavours from the Eastern Suburbs to the North Shore via Eat Street along Birdwood Lane at The Canopy.
Sugarlane will transport your tastebuds straight to Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Cambodia. Expect the menu to feature the best of the land and the sea with seafood dishes such as Atlantic Salmon Ceviche and Hiramasa Kingfish expected to be popular. Other favourites will include Strbac's signature Wagyu Beef Rendang Curry and Roti with Curry Sauce.
Taking advantage of their location overlooking the manicured Village Green, Sugarlane’s exciting new space to be reminiscent of a luxury Thai beach hut - every visit to Sugarlane will feel like a holiday.
The team from Garcon Sydney will be bringing nothing but the best French-inspired bistro food, service and cultural experience to The Canopy.
Following the popularity of their first venue at Tramsheds, Garcon Lane Cove will provide an exceptional dine in option to cater for all your needs, whether it be casual brunch with friends to family dinners, intimate dining, late bite or group gatherings and celebrations. With a tantalising all day menu followed by exquisite dinner items and an expansive wine list, Garcon will become a local favourite in no time.
The Garcon team looks forward to welcoming and serving all.
Masala Kitchen’s modern Indian cuisine is ‘refreshingly Indian’ and it will be complemented by a beverage offer like no other... a gin lounge featuring 90 (yes, 90) gins on the menu!
Masala Kitchen first came to life in the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park, The Canopy will be the third restaurant in the group. Between now and October they will be transforming what will be one of the largest venues in The Canopy.
Masala Kitchen is about delivering everything people expect of delicious, well-executed cuisine and elevating this with new elements not seen before to create the ultimate Indian dining experience.
Peanut Butter Jelly
Locals will enjoy dropping by Peanut Butter Jelly to enjoy a celebration of street food and street art from all over the world. Infusing flavours from different cultures such as Asia, North America, South America and the Caribbean. Peanut Butter Jelly, which has a sister venue in Manly, was inspired by contemporary street art and culture to bring you art in the form of food, drinks and vibe.
Providing an eclectic mix of dishes that are designed by Lane Cove local Adam Cheers you will no doubt enjoy sharing some of the most popular dishes amongst family or friends, including Curry Arancini Balls, Pork Belly Baos and Popcorn Chicken Tacos.
Peanut Butter Jelly also infuses its own alcohol with peanut butter to provide some unique cocktails unlike anywhere else, such as the Peanut Butter Whiskey Sour and the Peanut Butter Salted Caramel Espresso Martini. If you don’t like peanut butter, then they have you covered with a Salty Rim Honey & Ginger Margarita or Strawberry Mojito.
Finish off with a S’mores brownie bomb, rich gooey chocolate brownie with a house made toasted marshmallow. All of this with a collection of unique local street art displayed throughout the entire venue to set the mood for any occasion!
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