Monopole Potts Point

Anthony Moore

Swoon baby swoon. The sign out front is not up yet, though the elegant wine bar and restaurant Monopole – the latest offering from Brent Savage and Nick Hilderbrandt of the Bentley Restaurant & Bar – has (just) opened. I’ve taken an early peek and I’m truly excited with its showcase of classic and modern wines by the glass (from $8), carafe and bottle. Wines cover the globe from Burgundy (France) to the Yarra Valley (Australia.)

“Try something you haven’t tried before” Anthony Moore advised me, before pointing me in the direction of the natural wine Jamsheed For Bentley 2011 Syrah. And I quite enjoyed a tipple or two of the Jamsheed for Bentley 2011 Roussanne. The list of Growers’ Champagnes (Diesolt-Vallois, David Leclapart, Cédric Bouchard and Jacques Selosse) is impressive yet the stand out for me is the extensive range of Pinot Noir from Burgundy.

Republished with permission (from City News, City Hub and Bondi View newspapers) from my weekly BAR FLY column.

Postscript: with Brent Savage at the helm, you know the food has gotta be good too.

Monopole
71A Macleay Street, Potts Point, Sydney Australia
+61 2 9360 4410

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2 Responses to “Monopole Potts Point”

  1. Simon Food Favourites says:
    December 12, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    Was hoping to see some dish pics and reviews?

    • Rebecca Varidel
      Rebecca Varidel says:
      December 16, 2012 at 12:08 am

      thanks Simon but it was the republished article from my BAR FLY column for the City Hub, City News and Bondi View newspapers. text from that as is. maybe next time?

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