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A brief overview
At 123 Botany Road, in the iconic suburb of Waterloo, stand The Forgotten Cask and The Cauliflower Hotel.
The 1838 built hotel underwent a two-stage restoration, by husband-and-wife team Justin Drew and Pippi Drew, for over a year before launching the specialist rooftop gin, rum and cocktail bar and kitchen in 2015-2016; The Forgotten Cask.
On the ground floor, The Cauliflower Hotel has drawn inspiration from an indoor/outdoor garden bistro & a rock-inspired bar where patrons enjoy fantastic food and drink. Alternatively, patrons can enjoy a beer with friends while watching live sports on one of the many large screens.
The menu at both The Forgotten Cask and The Cauliflower Hotel offers a selection Mediterranean, and Mexican inspired foods such as burrito bowls, tacos, souvlaki, mezze and traditional pub favourites, with many dishes available with gluten-free options.
Upstairs is The Forgotten Cask, a specialised Rum and Cocktail rooftop bar and kitchen. The Forgotten Cask bar boasts a fun, laid-back, St Lucian–style, rum focused cocktail bar with a Caribbean theme. From the palms and grass on the roof to the vintage rum posters on the walls, this bar will have patrons relaxing with a signature cocktail and dreaming themselves to St Lucia.
This specialist rum bar offers rums handpicked worldwide, including the Caribbean, such as St Lucia Distillery’s Forgotten Casks, hence the inspired name of the bar name The Forgotten Cask.
Pippi and Justin also own Big Island Wholesalers, exclusive distribution rights of the Chairman’s Reserve & Clement Rhum ranges, which means that some of the rums available at The Forgotten Cask are unavailable elsewhere.
The Specialist Rum & Cocktail Bar boasts over a hundred rums and spirits worldwide, inspiring exotic signature cocktails, all accompanied by a food menu that takes a modern inspired twists from Mediterranean and Mexican flavours accompanied with your traditional pub classics.
The cocktail bar extends to The Lounge Deck and further out to the Tropic inspired Rooftop Terrace.
With a space to suit just about any occasion and any weather scenario, The Cauliflower Hotel and The Forgotten Cask Rooftop Bar should be on everyone’s radar.
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The Forgotten Cask in the Media
Cocktails and Bars Features The Forgotten Cask Rooftop Bar New Bars November 2016 Our monthly round-up for November 2016 of new and upcoming bars including
Opening of The Cauliflower Hotel in Waterloo on PUBTIC SOUTH-SYDNEY PUB OPENINGS TURN IT UP The Cauliflower Hotel is celebrating the rising popularity of rum
A New Rooftop Cocktail Bar Above the Cauliflower Hotel A New Rooftop Cocktail Bar Above the Cauliflower HotelRumba, rum and a lounge deck shaded by
The Cauliflower Hotel is one of Daily Addict’s Hot Rooftop Spots The Cauliflower Hotel Shiver me timbers, there’s lots of them in here! The Cauliflower
The Cauliflower Hotel is one of The Daily Telegraph’s ‘Ten Places To Try in Waterloo’ Sydney Eat Street: 10 things to try in Waterloo A
Datevine’s Cauliflower Hotel hosted event featured on SydSocial Dating 101** The DateVine Singles Rooftop Party Those of you who read my last review of The
Broadsheet includes The Cauliflower Hotel in their Guide To Waterloo A Guide to Waterloo Traditionally overshadowed by neighbouring Surry Hills and Redfern, Waterloo is emerging
CAULIFLOWER HOTEL AND FORGOTTEN CASK LAUNCH BIG-TICKET MAI-TAI COMPETITION The team behind Sydney’s Cauliflower Hotel are again growing its legend, launching a Mai Tai competition