Inspired by Dural’s history and rural-esque surrounds, what was once known as ‘The Vicar of Wakefield’ has been reimagined and reconstructed to bring you, The Vicar.
With a “take all that you want, eat all that you take” philosophy, and four uniquely modern drinking and dining options, our range of cuisines and offerings cater to all culinary preferences and occasions.
Decor pays homage to Dural bygones and fond memories of the region by drawing inspiration from woolsheds and apple orchards.
The venue itself, inspired by novelist, playwright and poet Oliver Goldsmith who wrote ‘The Vicar of Wakefield’, a tale of ironic misfortune, scandal and deceit experienced in quaint country-life. The food, however, draws from more humble origins, with wholesome ingredients and fresh produce, delivering authentic culinary affairs.
The Sports Bar menu is designed to deliver an elevated representation of everyday pub classics. Incorporating clean and direct flavours using quality produce, this menu offers food for the soul, from light classics to hearty fares.
With a farm to table approach to cooking and generous portion sizes, this menu is perfectly suited to sharing. Located in a relaxed, family style dining space with a sophisticated edge the menu boasts an abundance of fresh vegetables and herbs, well accompanied by seafood.
Let the smell of smoke, salt and meat entice you outside to enjoy a range of pork, beef brisket, steak and vegetarian rolls. These items are rich, tender and delicious. Designed to be eaten standing up and washed down with a cold beer.
Inspired by European-style wine bars and separated by the South Side’s dedicated bar; Mrs Goldsmith feels intimate and relaxed with its own dedicated kitchen and view of the outdoor sun-drenched deck. The menu incorporates elements of salt, cheese, pickled, raw, cured, preserved and fried options ideally suited to “share and pair” with delicious wine and great company.