Redfern pub, The Tudor, is boasting a refresh with overhauled kitchen and dining spaces, a new chef and a brand new menu. 

The previously dark and dated interiors of the kitchen and dining spaces have been given a freshen up, with the addition of vibrant colours at the ground level bar. The courtyard and The Nook have also had a make-over, boasting pastel colours, pot plants and picnic tables.

The Tudor food menu has welcomed some fresh new additions for the warmer months.Open all day, the kitchen is led by the new head chef Nikki Shaw (ex The Glenmore, The Rocks and The Royal, Leichhardt) who has introduced a range of hearty pub classics, including craft cider battered flathead fillet, a parmi and The Tudor house steak. 

“The Tudor’s refresh fits right into the urban overhaul we’re seeing in Redfern at the moment,” said Shaw. “The new kitchen and menu will surprise locals in a good way, creating a brand new community hub for those in the area. But we’re not trying to push the boundaries too far, rather we’re here to deliver favourite pub classics that our customers love and can rely on."

The drinks menu has also had a shake-up, with plans for new beer taps to bring increased craft variety and a new wine list, celebrating mostly Australian varietals. A cocktail pitcher list is the latest project, with the team serving up classics with a 'Redfern twist'. The bottle shop, re-branded as Redfern Liquor, offers a selection of Australian and international boutique wine, beer, cider and spirits.

The Tudor is the most recent addition to the W. Short Hotel Group’s portfolio, which also includes The Glenmore and The Australian Heritage Hotels in The Rocks, The Royal Leichhardt, and The Seabreeze Beach Hotel in South West Rocks.








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