About Mos Cafe
Modern Australian cuisine set in the historical backdrop of the Museum of Sydney in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Mos Cafe offers a comprehensive a la carte lunch and dinner menu which is a favourite among Sydney’s financial and law professions. A contemporary breakfast menu and bar license allows Mos Café to provide a unique experience in Sydney’s CBD.
Mos Café’s chef'ss have a natural flair for producing the finest modern Australian cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian influences. The buzzing atmosphere and the impeccable service keeps our customers returning in addition to a fabulous seasonal menu.
Mos has a team of chef’s dedicated to producing fine modern cuisine with an emphasis on using the best local produce. Standout signature dishes utilising Australian produce are the foundation of Mos Cafe creating a unique culinary experience in Sydney's fast paced CBD.
Mos Cafe has a unique setting for a breakfast with a difference in the heart of the down town. With our famous eggs hollandaise and omelettes coupled with our private blend coffee, Mos Café is also popular for business meeting breakfasts or long extended breakfasts in the sun on the forecourt.
The cafe’s sandstone, marble and glass interior spills out onto a wide, open forecourt, making it a perfect outdoor dining venue whether it be a business lunch meeting, pre-theatre dinner or group dining experience. The café’s sleek interior has a stylish bar and a communal table made from 4000 year old ancient red gum.
Mos Cafe is fully licensed with an extensive but predominantly Australian wine list that will cater for all tastes and 30 available by the glass. Coupled with a modern cocktail and champagne list and a ‘drink only’ bar license Mos Cafe is a fantastic setting for any celebration or after work drinks.
Positioned in the heart of the financial district and captures Sydney’s historical past being located on the site of the earliest foundations of British colonisation. Moments from Circular Quay, the harbour Bridge, the Opera House and the city’s buzzing nightlife.
Ideally located at the Museum of Sydney
, the public transport terminals for ferries, buses and trains located at Circular Quay are a short stroll to MoS Café. There is metered parking available in the surrounding streets and also in nearby parking stations at the InterContinental Hotel, The Sir Stamford Hotel and Young Street.