Bottoms up.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Take this as definitive proof the world can be a nice place.

Sydney restaurant, Nour, is now serving up bottomless rosé.

Grab your closest friends, head down to the Surry Hills restaurant, order six light dishes to share and you’ll get two hours to drink as much rosé as you like.

The relatively new restaurant serves up classic Lebanese flavours in a fresh way. Think baby prawn falafel, charcoal eggplant and wood fired honey figs. 

Bottomless rosé is available from Monday to Friday between 5pm and 7pm. Cheers.


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