Review by Excuse Me Waiter

The Paper Mill is quickly becoming a prime foodie destination in western Sydney, judging by the full house on the night we visited the Firepit.

Featured on Concrete Playground

The backdrop for western Sydney’s new dining precinct is an impressive one. The heritage building — which is located on the banks of the Georges River — dates back to 1868 and was once home to Australia’s largest paper mill.

Featured on Daily Mail

A new food destination in Sydney has transformed Australia's largest surviving paper mill into a stylish restaurant that's attracted some of Sydney's best chefs. The hub is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee.

Review by Broadsheet

Four Restaurants Under One Roof: The West’s Newest Dining Precinct, Paper Mill Food, Is Now Open. Enter for house-made sodas, Turkish-delight croissants, charcoal-grilled meats and hand-stretched wood-fired pizzas.

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The Paper Mill Food consists of four restaurants under one roof: Firepit (Meat & Seafood), Charcoal Joe’s (Lebanese Charcoal Chicken), Shepherd’s Lane (Cafe & Dessert Bar) and Georgie’s (Pizzeria & Bar), and is destined to become Western Sydney’s favourite food precinct.

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Liverpool was recently designated Sydney’s third CBD, so it seems fitting it’s going to be the home of its latest dining precinct, The Paper Mill Food which will have four restaurants open seven days a week from breakfast to dinner.