September 5, 2008, Newsletter Issue #271: #2: Barnaby´s Riverside

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Barnaby´s Riverside imaginative a-la-carte contemporary Australian cuisine or daily special blackboard provides excellent variety and value. The menu changes seasonally to take advantage of the freshest and highest quality ingredients.
A special Sydney experience is to get the Rivercat from Circular Quay upriver, explore Colonial Parramatta, our earlier centre of Government, and then lunch on the deck at Barnaby´s overlooking the park and river. Barnaby´s is perfect for celebrating a Wedding, Birthday, Christmas Party or Retirement function. Live music and dancing every evening.
The rustic old colonial building in which Barnaby´s Riverside is now housed, first came to fame during the early part of the nineteenth century as the hiding place of the infamous Barnaby Templeton - the first prisoner to have escaped from Parramatta Prison. Restored and rebuilt by Michael Fischer in 1976, Barnaby´s Riverside, Parramatta, now enjoys a reputation based more on its modern Australian cuisine than its somewhat colourful past. Step into Barnaby´s Riverside and you step into a great chapter of Australian History.
Awards:
American Express Awards 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000 and 2001: Best Restaurant - Western Region
American Express Awards 1997, 1998, 1999 Hall of Fame
Parramatta Chamber of Commerce Awards for Business Excellence
Parramatta Region Small Business Awards: Outstanding Restaurant, Local Employer of the Year
Barnaby´s Riverside

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