Close the deal at Cockle Bay

Learn how to wine, dine and win at your next business lunch.


Cockle Bay Wharf 1 Wheat Road Sydney NSW, 2000
Whether you’re meeting a new client or celebrating team wins, knowing how to business lunch and where to do it, is half the deal done.

Where to business lunch

First impressions are everything and the first thing your lunch partner will notice is your choice of restaurant. So make sure you pick one that’s perfect. From sophisticated seafood to casual bites, there is a restaurant for every kind of power lunch at Cockle Bay Wharf.

Café Del Mar

With sparkling water views, WIFI and one of Sydney’s largest private dining rooms, Cafe Del Mar is ideal for intimate conferences, breakfasts, boardroom meetings or VIP private dining.

Perfect for when you want to impress, we recommend booking a table on the terrace and ordering the Chef’s Menu.

I’m Angus, Nick’s Seafood and Adria Bar & Restaurant

The team from Nick’s Group make business lunching easy. Nick’s Seafood and Adria Bar & Restaurant are perfect for larger meetings and presentations with semi-private rooms at each venue. There’s WIFI at all three venues so you can connect and work while you enjoy their fabulous lunch specials.

Baia The Italian

Italian fare is the perfect fuel for robust conversations and strategic planning sessions. Grab a table in the sunshine and order an authentic, cheesy pasta to get you through. Plus, if you book ahead you can secure their private dining room. It’s perfect for confidential meetings and brainstorm sessions.

Blackbird Café

Working with a more casual crowd? Give the stuffy business lunches a miss and head to Blackbird Café to close the deal over great cocktails and one of their famous wood fired pizzas.

Hunter & Barrel

With an entertaining atmosphere, carefully crafted cocktails and fire-roasted feasts, Hunter & Barrel is the place to celebrate a new client win or take the team out for dinner.

Time is money

While you want to impress with a stunning venue, a business lunch takes valuable time out of your work day, so choose a restaurant close to the Sydney CBD but right on the harbour to impress efficiently. A short stroll from Town Hall Station, Cockle Bay Wharf is a water-side restaurant precinct just minutes from the centre of town. Read our interview with Amber Rose on The Art of Power Lunching for more tips.

Ready to secure your next big win? Book a business lunch at Cockle Bay Wharf and feast your way to success.