71A Macleay St  Potts Point NSW 2011  (02) 9360 4410
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Our Reservation Policy

Monopole accepts limited bookings. We book up to half of the restaurant and leave the rest for walk ins.

For bookings of 5 or more we require credit card details to secure the reservation. If you fail to arrive for your booking or cancel less than 48 hours prior to your reservation a cancellation fee may apply.

Groups of 8 or more are required to select our $70 set 'Monopole' menu.

For tables booked at 6:00 or 6:30 pm we will require the table back by 8:15pm.


all charcuterie made in-house & served with pickles
$26 for selection of 4 or $10 per portion

Cured Kurobuta Pork Neck        Cured Kurobuta Pork Belly

Cured Rangers Valley Tri Tip     Cured David Blackmore Bresaola


Pacific Oysters  4

Iggy’s Sourdough Bread  5

House Cured Beef Pastrami + Goats Curd + Pickled Cucumber  12

Ham Hock + Smoked Eel Terrine + Grilled Sourdough  18

Raw Cobia + Baby Fennel + Shallot Oil  24

Kangaroo Tartare + Jerusalem Artichoke + Rhubarb + Macadamia 24

Grilled Moreton Bay Bug + Dill + Chilli Oil + Smoked Curd  28

Beetroot + Sunflower Seed + Black Olive 19

Roasted Cauliflower + Almond + Crisp Curry Leaf  18

Snapper + Broad Bean + Spring Onion + Grapefruit  29

Smoked Duck Breast + Rainbow Chard + White Turnip  30

Spiced Lamb Rump + Treviso + Buttermilk + Pepperberry 30

Slow Cooked Pork Neck + Asparagus + Crisp Lentil + Garlic Shoot  30


CHEESE   $26 for a selection of 4 or $10 per portion

Comte AOC 12 Month, Semi Hard Cows Milk, France
Rochetta, White Mould Goats, Cows + Sheep Milk, Italy
Reypenaer VSOP, Hard Cows Milk, Netherlands
Colston Bassett Stilton, Blue Cows Milk, UK
Queso Oveja Romero, Semi Hard Sheeps Milk, Spain
Soumaintrain, Washed Rind Cows Milk, France


Mandarin Cake + Liquorice + Lemon Thyme + Yoghurt Sorbet 16
Malt Cream + Roast Pineapple + Milk Sorbet 16


 A 7-course tasting menu is also available for $70 per person. Click here to see the ‘Monopole Menu’


Website credit : felicity coonan & the building block. Photography by paul mcmahon