23-33 Mary St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

British Restaurant, Diner, Fine Dining Restaurant, Restaurant

Restaurant, Food

(02) 8204 0800


Open Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Wednesday 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Thursday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Friday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Saturday 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Sunday Closed

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Firedoor Restaurant

About the business

Firedoor | A Leading Surry Hills Restaurant

Firedoor is a leading Surry Hills restaurant with world renowned head chef Lennox Hastie. We serve amazing and delicate dishes, cooked by the beauty of wood fire

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Olsen F said 4 years ago
Awesome restaurant, decor, kitchen and setup. Had my birthday dinner and drinks here and it was pretty good. Food however was not what I was expecting. Didn't get much of that open fire flavors through the dishes and portions were quite small considering their price and what went in to each dish. The aged steak is definitely a must try though. One of my top 10 steaks in Australia (top 5 if the price was right)
Iris said 4 years ago
Sitting at the counter and being able to watch the team do their thing; stoking the fire, preparing each plate, even chopping up live shellfish was a real treat! I loved how the chefs/cooks would come from behind the counter to give us some dishes and explain their ingredients - though unfortunately due to the noise it was often hard to hear them and we couldn’t quite get any questions out. The aged beef is TO DIE FOR. Costly, but honestly so worth it and the portion isn’t modest! I wasn’t quite taken with the wine pairings, and often the wine was coming out a lot earlier than the courses so there was a bit of an awkward beat where we wouldn’t touch the drinks until the food came out (and depending on the dish it can take a bit of time.) One thing holding me back from giving full stars was the service that night. The guy explaining our wine pairing was brilliant and very charismatic. I loved him. But we found ourselves having to ask twice for an extra slice of bread or glass of water and having been forgotten by the waitresses. Also, at the end of the night I asked the maître d’ about the last wine pairing we received as id forgotten what I was told and he simply shrugged and replied with “I don’t know” and left it... after I’d paid. Left me feeling a little undervalued and was a bit of a spoiler to an otherwise fine night.
Chip Pitfield said 4 years ago
Spent five nights in Sydney. Didn't have a bad meal, but this was far and away the best meal. Food was brilliant and service was miles beyond excellent. In particular, their clam dish might be one of my best of all time. I can recommend this place with unbridled enthusiasm.
Matt Cicciarelli said 4 years ago
Delicious food and a great environment. Did à la carte versus the set menu. The Tuna and the Dry Aged Rib were the highlights. The Cod was also tasty and a very large portion. In terms of drinks, they had a great spin on a Manhattan.
Matthew Jackson said 4 years ago
There is a reason firedoor has such amazing reviews and 2 hats. The service is beyond anything I have had recently, the chef's are friendly and informative and the food is incredible. Don't get me started on the cocktail selection! 10/10 evening

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