100/412-414 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

British Restaurant, Dutch Restaurant, Italian Restaurant, Kosher Restaurant, Restaurant, Vegetarian Restaurant

Restaurant, Food

(02) 9231 6117


Open Hours

Monday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Friday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Sunday Closed

Driving Directions

The Restaurant Pendolino

About the business

The Restaurant Pendolino | Sydney |

Located in Sydney’s historic Strand Arcade, Pendolino is one of Sydney’s most exciting food and restaurant developments.

Be the first to write a review for The Restaurant Pendolino. Start your review today

Cheryl Baker said 4 years ago
Quite possibly one of my favourite Italian restaurants in Sydney. Lovely dining experience in a cosy and relaxed setting. Food is generally very good and well-portioned. Staff is friendly and efficient. Overall highly recommended.
Siobhan o'Kelly said 4 years ago
Interesting experience we had boooked online and the receptionist all but tutted at us because the booking hadn't come through on her computer which she then told us was frozen...reluctantly she lead us through to our seats....it did make us laugh the power of this little dot being so rude and the restaurant only a third full on a Monday night. I won't be so nasty as to give her name...you can work it out. Felt the hard sell from the moment we arrived however the food, champagne and wine were most enjoyable. The whole place works like a well oiled machine. I do feel they could tone down the big push to sell. If we are there we are out to enjoy and spend they don't need to twist our arms.....probs go back again when in Sydney next.
Wanda Kluke said 4 years ago
We had soup, which although delicious, came in rather small bowls. No bread rolls, so we ordered bread and had to ask for butter once the bread was delivered. Then when we got the bill, we were cs barged extra for the bread. Considering the soup was $15 per serving, and as it was a week day, rather overpriced. And service was slow, especially as the restaurant was nearly empty. Won't be going there again!
Ezekiel Mirabito said 4 years ago
Where to start with Pendolinos. The food is here is amazing. NEVER had a bad meal or experience. Extensive wine list and the sommelier really knows his stuff. Staff is amazing, and very cozy, romantic atmosphere. The dessert is to die for also. My partner and I usually get the Semifreddo and the eclair and just share them because they are both so good. Price is definitely on the higher end of the spectrum but well worth it. Have never left here feeling hungry.
colin locke said 4 years ago
Special thanks to Chris our Maitre d' and staff superb service with elegant dining.

Chipotle is selling cilantro-infused soap — but it’s already sold out

nypost.com - 44 minutes ago
Cilantro recently added a cilantro-infused soap from their brand store, instigating the age-old argument over the soap-like taste of the culinary herb.
Read More

Tristan Thompson told pregnant Maralee Nichols he was ‘retiring’ in heated text: suit

nypost.com - 46 minutes ago
Thompson's personal trainer Maralee Nichols is suing the Sacramento Kings player for child support, with the baby reportedly due this week.
Read More

Deion Sanders had Brittany Renner give advice to Jackson State players

nypost.com - 47 minutes ago
Brittany Renner, introduced to thunderous applause, told Jackson State players that her DMs are "like a Nike store."
Read More

Men's tennis is under fire for not pulling business from China over Peng Shuai

www.npr.org - 49 minutes ago
After a Chinese tennis star accused a former Chinese official of assault and temporarily vanished from view, the Women's Tennis Association halted tournaments there. Now the men's group is under fire.
Read More

Michigan school shooter is 1 of thousands of U.S. juveniles charged as adults in 2021

www.npr.org - 49 minutes ago
Prosecutors charged the 15-old-year accused of killing four students and injuring others at a Michigan High School as an adult. Thousands of children are tried or incarcerated as adults each year.
Read More

Cities are buying people's flood-prone homes, altering neighborhoods in the process

www.npr.org - 49 minutes ago
Across the country, cities are paying people to leave flood-prone homes, then tearing down the houses to keep the space open. But fixing one problem can create another for the people left behind.
Read More