57 Macleay Street Potts Point NSW 2011  [02] 9332 2344
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Our Reservation Policy

Whilst we encourage online bookings, please be aware that there may be limited availability. If your preferred time is unavailable, please contact the restaurant directly on +61 9332 2344. If your booking is for 5 or more guests we require credit card details to secure your reservation. If you fail to arrive for your booking or cancel less than 48 hours prior to your reservation a cancellation fee may apply.

If you would like to book a private event please email functions@thebentley.com.au.

We require all reservations to be confirmed prior to the booking. We will try to confirm with you, however if you have not been contacted please phone or email us directly. We reserve the right to cancel any un-confirmed reservations.

For some bookings at 6:00 pm and 6:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, your table may be limited to a 2 hour time frame. Please check the additional information section on your confirmation email from opentable.com.au for any booking conditions.

Owners, Chef Brent Savage and Sommelier Nick Hildebrandt have been inspired by the European dining scene that has given birth to a new way of eating – contemporary food and wine served in an informal atmosphere at affordable prices. Opening 7 nights a week, with Breakfast/Brunch offered on weekends, Yellow has hosted Potts Point locals, visitors and groups for events and functions since opening in 2013.

In February 2016, we re-launched our dinner menu to be 100% vegetarian. Brent is renowned for his vegetarian options, frequently flaunting inventive vegetarian dishes at Yellow since we opened, as well as at sister restaurants Bentley and Monopole. But going 100% vegetarian for evening dining is a first for the business, having recognized a growing demand in recent years. Brent says: “I’ve always loved cooking with vegetables and having a solely vegetable driven menu gives me the opportunity to focus on interesting and heirloom varietals, grown by local suppliers. By treating vegetables with the same consideration as protein we hope to show that vegetarian dishes are just as delicious as any other menu item.”

Nick’s wine list remains eclectic with a range of natural, bio and organic vintages from passionate producers to suit the revamped menu.



57 Macleay Street Potts Point is steeped in artistic history. In the 1950s as an art gallery, it displayed work by John Olsen, Robert Hughes and Robert Klippel among others before contemporary illustrator Martin Sharp inhabited the space in the 1960s and began a collaborative artist’s movement called The Yellow House Artists Collective.

Artists such as Brett Whiteley, George Gittoes, Bruce Goold, Peter Weir, Philip Noyce, Alby Thoms, Aggie Read and more collaborated and displayed work here ranging from paintings to scuptures, films and interactive art projects. The Yellow House itself was always part of the canvas and the fabric of inspiration, and the collective changed the face of Potts Points, bringing a more ‘bohemian’ feeling to it, which has remained to this day.

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