Revesby Workers’ Club's dining area is undergoing major renovations, the first stage of which will see the Family Table bistro transformed into Firestone Kitchen and Bar as well as a new noodle bar called Aunty Eight’s.
The renovations commenced in mid-April with the closure of the Family Table bistro and Cabaret Lounge. The large space will be converted into a new dining precinct, with an emphasis on family friendly dining.
“The new dining precinct has undergone careful planning and considerations with the idea of bringing all the food areas together in one location where diners can share meals in a communal way. This design has also made it more effective for the back of house team to work together to deliver exceptional meals with fast, friendly service,” said executive manager, operations, Robert Green.
Firestone Kitchen and Bar will be the most significant change of all the dining areas at Revesby Workers'. Firestone will focus on comfortable and relaxed casual dining with seating inside for up to 300 people, flowing into an adjoining alfresco terrace that caters for up to 170 people.
Firestone will also include a kid’s theatre and entertainment room best for children three years and above. The room will feature a LED screen for movies, a silent zone for children to read and a game zone with an assortment of gaming consoles.
Aunty Eight’s Vietnamese will be a contemporary transformation of the previous noodle bar, with a focus on traditional Vietnamese culture and communal dining. Aunty Eight’s will offer authentic Vietnamese street food produced in an open kitchen.
Firestone and Aunty Eight’s are due to be completed in late October, with the second stage of the dining precinct to include the construction of Bel Cibo Italian restaurant.