A former indoor golf range that has been transformed into a buzzing Italian Restaurant. The space was guttered and spruced up to now include spacious leather booths, a massive copper beer font as well as vintage wine barrels to house their POS terminals. Romulus and Remus offers a unique casual dining concept of “affordable wine and approachable food” that the residents of 3121 were desperately in need of.
Sean Cheshire (pictured) prior to landing this role as manager, has had over a decade of hospitality experience across the continent including a stint at the Claret House Wine Bar in Brisbane. Based on his extensive expertise, Sean believes that the success of a venue resides on the cohesiveness of the staff, great team management and creating a genuine hospitality experience that is like “inviting diners into your home”.
Showcasing a traditional Mediterranean menu , inclusive of 15 wines by the glass and suckling pig spit roast, I’m sure both brothers, Romulus and Remus, will find this is a feast they can agree on.