Lana, the newest restaurant to unveil itself in the four-storey dining marvel known as Hinchcliff House has opened its doors, offering a slice of Sydney history merged with an energetic yet elevated taste of Italy.

Lana, meaning ‘wool’ in Italian, pays homage to the history of the beautifully restored Hinchcliff House which was one of the last remaining wool stores in Sydney dating back to the 1860’s.

Thanks to Quay Quarter’s revitalisation of Circular Quay, Lana will serve up a lively atmosphere where the lights are lower and the music is louder. Architecturally the interior blends vibrant colours and an abundance of curves and textures to create a sense of the sweet life, la dolce vita.

Bringing this same vigour to the palates and plates of guests, Lana will serve up splashy, strong and colourful cocktails. A pour from the wine list will see guests enjoying Italian varietals and blends, amongst a healthy mix of natural and otherwise wine making styles.

Colouring the tables will be pescatarian Pan-Mediterranean inspired dishes bursting with crisp and punchy flavours. Leaning into Lana’s zero-waste ethos and sustainable propositioning, the restaurant offers a set menu only, with two courses for $69, three courses for $85, or a five course tasting menu for $99 per person.

The seafood-led menu will offer seasonal, produce-driven selections such as roasted crayfish with pepperberries, murray cod with spring onion verde and fregola with pumpkin, blue cheese and black garlic.

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