Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Spread the love this Valentine’s Day with a four-course Middle Eastern feast.

Our premium banquet menu stimulates the palette with a variety of flavours and textures.

Engineered by our experienced chefs to incorporate every taste and offer guests an evening of sheer indulgence.


Social Distancing Entertainment

The smoothest of RnB, Soul and Funk
Sydney party band “Never Too Much” plays the smoothest of RnB, Soul and FUNK. With an extensive repertoire, Never Too Much offers a gentle acoustic dinner set guaranteeing a great time for any occasion. [VIEW HERE]

A class of elegance with Jazz
Crystal Groove consists of an ensemble of professional musicians dedicated to provide the best Jazz music in Sydney.Their music atmosphere will bring the experience of luxury to your audiences and give the event a stretch of elegance and glamour. Whether in instrumental mode for relaxed dinner music or to set the mood on guest arrival through to the delightful singing performance, Crystal Groove is an act that is certain to impress. [VIEW HERE]

Arabian Drummers Floor Show
Our Sydney Arabic and Lebanese band is formed by the very talented piano/keyboard player and vocalist Jimmy D, whose experience spans over 24 years. Each member of the band has mastered their traditional musical instruments, producing the exotic Arabic beats, to the grooves of bass and drums whilst incorporating the beautiful Arabian melodies enhanced with feel and emotion by the keyboards and saxophone. [VIEW HERE]

A unique string experience like no other
Sass is a combination of rare female talents from highly trained classical backgrounds to Weddings, Corporate events, recordings all the way to international touring. If you want to give your event a feature performance and leave a lasting success. Performing catchy remixes of some of the most loved classical tunes, Sass is guaranteed to take your event to a different level. A fusion of string orchestra crossed with fresh pop beats from hip-hop to dance to Latino. [VIEW HERE]

Host a murder
Do You Want To Have A Killer Time? With over 30 years of experience in providing a unique entertaining dining experience. Host a Murder offers a range of mystery games and themes set in different periods and locations. [VIEW HERE]

Time for Trivia
We can facilitate day and evening events, this gives you the opportunity to get your staff together for team building exercises, social club events, Christmas parties, new product launches or the annual conference. Corporate events are designed to be a fun way for your staff to interact. [VIEW HERE]

Valentine’s Day At El-Phoenician

Indulge in a feast fit for royalty this Valentine’s Day at our convenient Parramatta location.

A spread of tempting Middle Eastern delights awaits, from traditional mezze plates, to mouth-watering skewered meats, seafood and, of course, dessert!

Sit back and enjoy the soothing sounds of an acoustic duo, while you sip on our signature cocktails or selective wines sourced from all over the globe.

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Feasting and Fun at El-Phoenician This Festive Season!

The time of feasting, fun and fanfare is upon us. The festive season is the perfect time to loosen your tie, let your hair down, and give thanks to those who made a prosperous year possible.

El-Phoenician — with a delectable array of feasts and drinks packages to suit any occasion — caters for all. 

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Sydney Festival’s Hakawati @ The Private Room On Church

Image Credit : Luke Stambouliah).

Image Credit : Luke Stambouliah).

As proud sponsors of Sydney Festival 2017, El-Phoenician will be host to the world premiere of Hakawati by The National Theatre Of Parramatta, under the direction of Wayne Harrison at The Private Room on Church, Parramatta.

Inspired by the ancient Arabic traditions of story-telling and breaking bread, Hakawati celebrates food, music and the telling of tales during a series of balmy summer nights at Parramatta’s El-Phoenician restaurant.

Hakawati, an Arabic word, translates as ‘the teller of tales’ and was the major form of entertainment in many Arabic communities before television arrived.

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