Rock Sugar – Cool Restaurants
South Yarra, 3141
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About Rock Sugar – Cool Restaurants
Rock Sugar in South Yarra brings spice to Hawksburn Village. Indulge in modern twists on traditional Thai favourites and an exciting selection of 'Rocktails'. The atmosphere is fun and laid back, with friendly staff on the floor while RnB music plays over the speakers. The interiors, done by designer Samantha Eades (Chin Chin and Mr Miyagi) are the finishing touch, with neon lights and pink everywhere.
The most famous Rocktail at Rocksugar is the fabulous fairy floss martini. To checkout more drinks like this, read our list of Melbourne's Most Unusual Martinis
Contact Rock Sugar via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.
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