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 (02) 8214 0505.
We require credit card details to secure any reservation. If you were to cancel less than 48 hours in advance or not arrive for the booking, a cancellation fee may apply.
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.
All bookings at 12:00 / 12:15 pm (lunch) or 6:00 / 6:15 pm (dinner) are subject to a two hour dining time.
Treat Mum to Brunch at Yellow, Sunday 11th May
May 6, 2014
For Mother’s Day, Yellow is presenting 2 special menus, you can see them on our Menu page here.
Bookings are recommended, please phone us on 02 9332 3344… Read More
Valentine’s Day 2014
February 3, 2014
We have a special 5-course Valentine’s Day Menu with matching wines. Click here to see the menu.… Read More
Now open for breakfast + brunch
February 2, 2014
Yellow is now open from 11am-3pm on weekends for breakfast + brunch. To see our full menu, click here… Read More
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH NEW RESTAURANT AWARDS – DEC 2013
December 24, 2013
Yellow awarded Best Casual Restaurant of 2013 and runner-up for Best New Restaurant – Elizabeth Meryment, The Sunday Telegraph
Read the full story online here … Read More
YELLOW OPENING NIGHT
October 13, 2013
Yellow will be opening on Tuesday October 15 for dinner. Come and join us for Sydney’s newest dining experience in the iconic Yellow House building, redesigned by Pascal Gomes-McNabb.… Read More
‘Bentley: Contemporary Cuisine’ the book
October 1, 2012
‘Bentley: Contemporary Cuisine’ is now available for purchase in our shop.
Brent’s globally influenced, cutting-edge food is often described as ‘art on a plate’. This book reveals the secrets behind his creations in an … Read More
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