Paper Bird shutting up shop

24 June, 2019 by
Hospitality Magazine

One-hatted Potts Point restaurant Paper Bird will close it’s doors on 3 August.

Co-owner Ben Sears told Good Food inconsistent trade was the main reason behind the decision.

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The restaurant, which opened in 2017, was known for experimenting with Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine.

It joins a number of high profile closures: fellow Potts Point eatery The Fish Shop is no more after Merivale CEO Justin Hemmes opted to sell the building; nearby ACME will shutter at the end of June after five years of operation; Longrain will close its 20-year-old Sydney venue on 30 June; and Kylie Kwong has announced Billy Kwong’s 19-year reign will also end on 30 June.

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No word yet on what’s next for the team, but diners have a month to binge on old favourites from the Paper Bird menu.

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