Easter Closure: Mar 29 - Apr 1 | Open For Takeaway ☕ Good Friday + Easter Monday

Abattoir Blues


Back by very Popular Demand...

It’s returned, and it is more delightful than ever! We can’t help ourselves from offering this seasonal gem time and time again: our Shakshouka.

Enjoy 2 tenderly poached eggs, with grilled bell peppers and roasted crushed tomatoes, complemented by zesty lemon ricotta, vibrant pesto salsa, and roasted walnuts. All is served with our freshly baked house-made focaccia bread.

For an extra dash of excitement, consider adding chorizo.

Grab yours now before it’s gone.

Seasonal Special​

Make every day a delicious treat with our Soba Prawn Noodle Salad.

A mouth-watering mix of soba noodles, crisp cucumbers, vibrant edamame, red cabbage, refreshing mint, seaweed, sesame seeds, sugar snap peas, all elegantly dressed in a delectable gochujang tahini dressing.

Concerts In
Sydney Olympic Park

Looking to join us before a major event in the park? We’re typically open beforehand so that you can get together over food and drinks before the action. 

Check out what events we’re open for using the button below.

here for Autumn

Our seasonal favourite, the vibrant Jamon Bruschetta, is making a triumphant return.

Indulge in the burst of flavours, available for a limited time only. 

Don’t miss out on this delicious summer delight! 

Tropical Summer

We are excited to introduce our newest menu treasure – The Tropical Summer A homegrown creation by our newest team member Alit, from Bali, Indonesia.  
This signature beverage captures the essence of tropical paradise. Crafted with a blend of island and summer ingredients, this drink will transport you to the Island of Gods, with its harmonious blend of tropical fruits, with coconut taking centre stage.

Our Story

Constructed in the early 1900’s, the precinct was once home to one of the largest abattoirs in New South Wales. Building C, now home to Abattoir Blues, was the slaughtermen’s locker room. 

Closing in 1988, the area was redeveloped to host the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, while retaining the historical significance of the abattoir heritage precinct, metres from ANZ Stadium and the Olympic Park Train Station.

Who We Are

Andrew, together with his father Michael, and mother, Norma, operate Sydney Olympic Park’s notorious boutique diner Abattoir Blues, dedicated to serving the highest-quality comfort food with warm, friendly service. 

As a family, food has been a major part of their lives – featuring strongly in their heritage and as a central part of memorable family moments. This sense of family and warmth is served up through their offerings at Abattoir Blues bringing a unique heart and soul to the Park.