Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt to take on Noma, Barangaroo space

Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt to take on Noma, Barangaroo space
Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt to take on Noma, Barangaroo space

The prime Barangaroo harburside location of the current dining sensation, Noma Australia pop-up has already been leased to award-winning restaurateur, Brent Savage, the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2015 Chef of the Year, and the sommelier and restaurateur Nick Hildebrandt.

They have signed a lease for the space for a yet-to-be-named seafood restaurant that will open in September at the base of the white, cloud-shaped Anadara building in the Lend Lease built precinct.

The building was designed by FJMT’s Richard Francis-Jones.

‘‘We’ve long toyed with the idea of a seafood-focused restaurant,’’ Savage told The Australian Financial Review.

Barangaroo is credited as set to have the biggest collection of food and beverage retailers in Australia, according Lendlease.

There will be a three storey restaurant headed by celebrity chef Matt Moran whispered to have the working title, Mash.

Gary Horwitz, the head of retail development and asset management for Lendlease, said Sydney-siders are very familiar with their restaurants, Bentley, Monopole and Yellow.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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