Our most Frequently Asked Questions
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We offer set menu options for large group bookings, functions and events. Please visit Group Bookings or Special Events for more information.
Yes, Butcher and the Farmer is open for Breakfast on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. Breakfast is available from 9:00AM – 11:30AM.
Butcher and the Farmer is not officially a Halal-certified restaurant. However, most of our ingredients are sourced from suppliers that have halal certification.
What this means is:
- All our beef & chicken comply with halal guidelines.
- Our meat supplier carries a halal meat certification.
- Some of our sauces may contain wine and vinegar; however, these sauces are cooked, allowing for evaporation of any wine/vinegar. If you prefer to leave these bastings off, simply let us know and we will happily comply with your request.
Please inform your waiter upon arrival and they can advise suitable dishes.
Yes, Butcher and the Farmer has an outdoor terrace. The perfect spot to watch the sunset with one of our signature cocktails.
Depending on when you have booked throughout the week your dining period could vary between 1 hour and 45 minutes to 2 hours.
Butcher and the Farmer has FREE car parking on site for up to two hours. There is no time limit on the parking after 6pm. Alternatively, take the Sydney Light Rail option and hop off at the Jubilee Station right next to the Tramsheds.
Yes we do! You can hire our private dining room upstairs which sits up to 20 guests. Alternatively, you can hire The Tram 1995 which sits up to 14 guests. Exclusive venue hire of our whole restaurant is also available, up to 180 guests.
We offer delivery services with UberEats. For deliveries, please click here.
Butcher and the Farmer is a modern Australian restaurant ideal for group dining. Sharing a meal, even when everyone orders different dishes, brings people together. You’ll always find a vast array of textures, ingredients, and flavours, that are sure to leave you coming back for more.
We are fully licensed and offer an extensive wine and beverage list. A corkage fee of $30 per bottle applies if you bring your own bottle of wine.
Yes you can bring decorations to theme your celebratory meal or event, including balloons and flowers. Please notify the Butcher and the Farmer team if you bring decorations. Keep other guests in mind, do not obstruct others space or create a hazard.
Butcher and the Farmer does offer beverage packages for large group bookings. They start from $45pp for a 2-hour package.
Unfortunately, we are currently not offering gift cards at the moment and apologise for any inconvenience.
Yes we do have vegan options! The Hot Bread, Pumpkin Hummus and Crispy Cauliflower can all be found on our Locals’ Favourites menu here: https://butcherandthefarmer.com/au/blog/locals-favourites-at-butcher-and-the-farmer/
Generally yes! We are open, we only close on Christmas Day and Good Friday. It is best to check our website or Google listing for opening hours. Please keep in mind there is a Public Holiday surcharge of $5pp.
Yes you’re more than welcome to bring your own cake. Please note a cakeage fee of $3 per person applies.
Yes, Butcher and the Farmer is pet-friendly, you and your pooch will need to be seated in our outdoor terrace. Harold Park, Forest Lodge is right next door.