5 New Eateries to Open at Sydney International Airport

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A trattoria-style bistro by Wolfgang Puck, a gourmet-burger joint by Shannon Bennett and a Kitchen by Mike outlet are just some of the new dining and drinking destinations opening at Sydney International Airport (T1) over the next few months. Part of the airport’s brand-new City View precinct, the eateries will be located in the airside departure area (past the security checkpoint and Customs) and have runway views.

Benny Burger

Shannon Bennett (of Melbourne’s Vue de Monde) is bringing his acclaimed fare to Sydneysiders in the form of a burger joint, lovingly named after his dad. The star of the show will be The Chang – a Blackmore Wagyu beef burger with an oozing free-range egg and pickled beetroot.

The Bistro by Wolfgang Puck 

Austrian-born American chef Wolfgang Puck has catered for the glittering post-Oscars Governors Ball for the past 21 years. Now he’ll also feed hungry travellers wood-fired pizzas and a range of pasta dishes at his Italian bistro.

Heineken House

With interiors by award-winning architect Michael McCann of Dreamtime Australia Design, Heineken House will be a popular spot to enjoy a pre-flight brew.

Joe & The Juice

Juices, shakes, energising drinks, vegetable shots, sandwiches and all kinds of coffee will be on offer when the hip Danish outfit opens its first Australian outlet.

Kitchen by Mike

The canteen that turned Sydney’s inner-city Rosebery into a culinary hotspot will open a new outpost later this year.

SEE ALSO: Foodies Set to Land at Sydney Airport

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