A Tiny Place cafe is nestled into the second oldest settlement in Australia ‘ Battery Point ‘.
The restaurant is a contemporary interpretation of classical French bistro food that occasionally meanders through Asia and that is highlighted in dishes with a subtle touch. The restaurant caters up to 28 guests, the decor fits the building which was established in 1864. Some of the walls are decorated with frescos of plants, vegetables, trees and birds while others are splattered with plaques of Tin Tin to give it a more playful feel. The furniture is an eclectic mix of old furnishings from a working gramophone, AM radios and chairs that somehow all being different seem to blend in.