A place to be served, nourished and indulged.
Nestled in the old Cafe Hanoi site, Mr. Morris is a warm, welcoming restaurant whose name pays homage to a close family member who passed away last year.
With an interior designed by Cheshire Architects, the main restaurant seats approximately 70 diners and is comfortably rough around its carefully crafted edges. It features big round booths, perches at the stone bench bar, sofas at the centre or intimate tables amongst the plants - take your pick!
The menu at Mr. Morris is all about championing hero ingredients and is less technique-driven than Michael’s previous restaurant Meredith’s, with the team describing it as ‘local, ethical and seasonal with a devotion to flavour, no matter its origin’.
Head chef Fabio Bernardini, also formerly of Meredith’s, returns to the fold after stints at Pujol in Mexico and Elmer in Sao Paulo, and, with chef Meredith, will be weaving his magic on a new menu that’s divided into snacks, small plates, mains and desserts with a seasonal tasting menu for Sunday long lunches.
Also tucked away in a former bank vault is the private dining room, known as Mrs. Morris. A dark and delicious cave with its own Miele kitchen, it offers an intimate, up close and personal dining experience with a dedicated chef, for up to 20 guests.
- Tuesday - Saturday
- 11:30am – 2:30pm
- 5:30pm – Late
- 12pm – 3:30pm