Surry Hills welcomes Rosie Campbell's to the block!
Sweet spice and all tings nice, The Experience Group are set to bring their Jamaican inspired jerk diner and rum bar to life… nestled in the heart of Surry Hills.
Perfectly positioned on the corner of Crown and Campbell St, Rosie Campbell’s will open its doors this winter.
With American influence in their DNA, as with big sister The Soda Factory – rest assured the new joint will have a little East Coast blood.
“When I first visited Jamaica a few years ago, I was immediately blown away by the friendly, genuine nature of the culture, the big flavours in the food and the vibrancy of colours in every aspect of the island’s art and design. Rosie Campbell’s will bring all of these elements to life in the heart of Surry Hills, creating a unique and personal experience, just as Jamaica’s become my home away from home. We’ll be delivering this with a distinct East Coast flavour that gels nicely with Rosie’s big sister, The Soda Factory” says Graham Cordery, Director of The Experience Group.
By day let Rosie take you to the tropics. Licensed to trade from 11am, Rosie Campbell’s food, alcohol and coffee menus also borrow from Jamaica’s Caribbean neighbours.
With a couple of Caribbean experienced chefs shortlisted to head up the kitchen, the menu will deliver the regions’ staples such as Jamaican Patties, Saltfish Fritters and will also offer some unique twists on the much loved classics alongside Rosie Campbell’s Signature Jerk Chicken.
And because no one should miss out on the goods leaving the kitchen, the menu will also cater for those watching their Caribbean-ready rigs. Healthy brunch/lunch and dinner options will grace both menus offered daily for take-away as well as dine in.
Rosie’s will stock a large selection of bottled rum to compliment the signature Caribbean inspired cocktail menu which is currently being developed by an esteemed Sydney mixologist. Imported Mexican tequilas and mescals will take prime shelf space while you can expect the fridges to be packed with Caribbean region local brew and hip New York staples.
Expect the intimate space to come alive with vibrant colours, bold designs and feel good tunes playing AM to PM.
Following the success of The Soda Factory, “2 years on feels like an amazing time to launch our second venue,” adds Cordery. “Surry Hills has been good to us. I live and work here and wanted to bring another unique concept to the area.” And that they will…
Unlike many other Sydney spots, Rosie’s will encourage patrons to stay and hang. From free Wi-Fi to stellar vibes and irresistible jerk – welcoming winter has never looked so good.
With Rosie Campbell’s on the horizon, everyting is irie mon!