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Eat City Restaurant

349 Kent Street, Sydney

Telephone 02 9262 5900

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Serving Yum Cha & French.


A word from Eat City Restaurant

Jeff Schroeter’s experience in the kitchen is why Eat City is the Place to Pause for Good Food. He’s done all the work to save you time during your business lunch hour, afternoon cravings and dinner choices and he knows you want quality. Jeff’s taken twenty years to create Eat City, training at NYC’s The Royalton famed ‘44’ restaurant, London’s Savoy and Sydney’s Chicane. He has worked with Serge Dansereau at the Regent Hotel, Damien Pignolet at Bistro Moncur and led his own kitchens at Iguacu and Tonic restaurants. International food critic Terry Durack’s favourite dish is the “dreamy organic chicken liver pate” whilst Simon Thomsen, editor of the 2006 Good Food Guide, announced Jeff as “…a Pioneer in presenting a shared menu of contemporary dishes…” His dishes are simple: larger than entrée and smaller than traditional mains, giving you a selection of dishes to share with friends or the choice of having one dish each. David Murphy has been a hospitality professional for many years, training at the Regent Hotel in the early 90’s then moving to open Level 41 Restaurant in 1994. Since then, David has worked with some of Australia’s finest chefs, working at Brasserie Cassis, Bistro Moncur, Banc and Wine Banc, as well as Chicane (with Jeff) and Est. His most recent role was Managing Nobu in London for 2 ½ years, before returning home and joining Jeff again at Eat City. Over his many years he has learnt about the finer pleasures of food and wine and hopes Eat City becomes an avenue to share these experiences.

Opening Times


12pm - 3pm


12pm - 3pm


12pm - 3pm

5:30pm - 10pm


12pm - 3pm

5:30pm - 10pm


12pm - 3pm

5:30pm - 10pm






Payment Methods

Eat City Restaurant accepts Eftpos, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Diners Club




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