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Ex-Tyre Factory Come Hot New Restaurant

The latest venture from the Keystone Group is Rushcutters at Nield Avenue, which offers a diverse experience, from the bar, to casual dining through to private dining areas, as well as a deli café, which prides itself on being a purveyor of preserved goods. The restaurant is based on a distinct Northern European Influence, with renowned Executive Chef Martin Boetz at the helm.

Hospitality Fitout at Rushcutters Bay

This heritage-listed ex-tyre factory has been ingeniously reinvented to create an ambient bistro feel. The false ceilings have been ripped out, revealing a room that feels rustic with its exposed bricks, wooden beams and soaring ceilings. Designed by Humphrey & Edwards, the restaurant is divided into two spaces by carefully restored oversized hardwood doors.

The bar area features detailed architectural steelwork and a long vertical section of hardwood timber as its surface. While in the dining space, hand crafted u-shaped banquets were made to house the cushioned seats with echoes of similar artisan timberwork on display throughout the room. This heritage building delivers a unique restaurant environment.