FYI, Newtown’s Flour Drum Will Open For Dinner

By Yvonne Lam
5th Jul 2018


If slow and steady wins the race, then Newtown’s Flour Drum’s new dinner menu is raising that trophy and drinking that shooey. Their night-time meals are cooked low and slow, so praise be.

From August, they’ll be running a dinner service on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Their dishes look off the hook—slow-cooked delights with mod-Asian interpretations. Hơ about an eight-hour lamb ragu pappardelle with shallot and chilli oil? Perhaps a beef rendang with cardamom-fragrant rice and house-made cumquat relish? Or how about a bowl of BBQ duck ravioli, swimming about with oodles of egg noodles in a duck and shiitake mushroom broth? 

Executive chef John Ageletos appears to have read our comfort-food-craving minds and spoken directly to our growling winter appetites. Flour Drum has been building a glowing reputation for their too-good-to-be-true brunches for three years now, so opening for dinner is a much-anticipated move for this end of south King Street. 

Keep an eye on their Instagram for more details. 

On that drool-worthy note, here are Sydney's best Sunday roasts.

Image credit: Flour Drum Federica Portentoso

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