Hospitality group Australia Venue Co. have opened the doors to Henley’s Kitchen and Bar on King Street Wharf in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

The waterfront eatery has replaced Beer Deluxe Sydney, a brewhouse that operated for seven years before closing.

“This is a very exciting time for Australian Venue Co., as we continue to build and diversify our drinking and dining experiences across Sydney,” says CEO Paul Waterson.

“With a focus on fresh produce and shared snacks, Henley’s brings a bright new offering to the heart of King Street Wharf for locals, city workers and travellers alike.”

Executive Chef Jason Roberson has created a menu that’s split up into bar snacks, burgers, salads and pizzas.

The snacks section covers baked button mushrooms, baby Philly cheesesteaks, popcorn chicken and grilled corn ribs.

Burgers include the Double which consists of two grilled beef patties, double cheese, double bacon, lettuce, tomato, BBQ sauce and mayo.

Stone-cooked pizzas come in a range of topping combinations such as spicy meatballs, truffle creme fraiche, pulled pork and maple bacon, and chicken parmigiana.

On the salad front, guests can order bowls like the Tijuana spicy street prawn, togarsashi pumpkin and roasted beetroot.

The drinks list encompasses wine and bespoke cocktails including the Flight Facility, a combination of Aperol, 400 Conejos, Joven Mezcal, lemon and agave, along with the Hemingway’s Wrath which uses Young Henrys Noble Cut Gin.

Henley’s is open seven days a week.