Mr Fox has two bars, our main downstairs bar and our upstairs bar/function/dining space called Reynard's Room.
For table and lounge please call or text 0452 272 978
For and function bookings email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday - Saturday 5pm - 12am
Sunday: 5pm - 10pm
We are happy to open ealier or at other times by appointment for functions, special lunches and parties...just give us a call
557 Crown St Surry Hills NSW 2010
Near the corner with Cleveland Street
0452 272 978
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Mr Fox FAQ
Mr Fox is fully licensed. BYO is not permitted.
We do not allow split bills.
Mr Fox takes reservations for two or more people. We also keep some tables for walk ins, however numbers are limited. You are welcome to have drinks at the bar if waiting for a table.
Bar seats are always unreserved and you are also welcome to eat at the bar.
We have two outside tables. These can be reserved prior to 6:30 pm on any evening.
The Bread and Butter Project is an initiative of the Bourke Street Bakery and supplies all of our bread. As a social enterprise, 100% of Bread and Butter’s profits are reinvested into baker training and employment pathways for communities in need www.thebreadandbutterproject.com
Bar specials and promotions do not apply to private functions or events.
All our prices include GST. We accept cash, Mastercard, American Express or Visa as payment. A 1% surcharge applies to Visa & Mastercard payments / A 3% surcharge applies to Amex payments
You may bring a cake to Mr Fox for special events. We have a cakeage charge of $1.50 per person (including cup cakes and ice cream cakes). Due to restrictions with our freezer space, we regret that we cannot store ice cream cakes on the premises without prior arrangement.
Mr Fox has many vegetarian and gluten free options on our menu. All our breads, biscuits and pastas contain gluten. We cannot prepare halal, kosher or vegan meals in our kitchen.
Nuts, including peanuts, are processed in our kitchen. As a result we cannot guarantee the absence of nut traces in our food.