Head into the beautiful Old Rum Store on Kensington St, Sydney and up to the third floor, where you’ll find The Private Kitchen. As well as an incredible wrap around balcony, it comes flooded with plenty of natural light and a talented team of chefs. Here, we dive into a few more details about why this Sydney wedding venue is such great value.
Hey, The Private Kitchen. Can you tell us a bit about your beautiful venue?
The Private Kitchen is a bespoke events space located on the third floor of the Old Rum Store and offers an indoor space flooded with plenty of natural light and a large wrap-around balcony. The venue can be hired for breakfast, lunch, dinner or as a pop-up space 7 days a week. Weddings can be fully catered for with all your food and beverage needs. You can choose from one of our award-winning Kensington Street Restaurants, each offering a variety of menu options, or the venue can be dry hired where you can bring in your own team.
What inspired you to get into weddings?
We love getting to be part of the most important day of our client’s lives and know that our venues and teams will stop at nothing to ensure it’s the perfect day.
What kind of facilities does your venue offer?
The Private Kitchen features a beautiful wrap-around balcony, award-winning chefs, bright open space and the ability to style it your own way.
What do you think is the selling point for most couples?
It’s a unique inner-city venue, with award-winning chefs, a modern look, versatile indoor and outdoor spaces, and a hard-working dedicated team.
Do you offer onsite accommodation? Alternatively, are there places to stay nearby?
We don’t have accommodation on site but we do have The Old Clare Hotel, Four Points and The Mercure nearby.
What’s your favourite thing you’ve seen a couple do at your venue?
Host their wedding ceremony with us as well as the celebration.
Can you describe the kind of couples your venue attracts?
Any couple who is looking to have a unique wedding experience, where their celebration is filled with love, friends, family, and great food and wine.
Finally, what tip or advice can you share with anyone planning a wedding right now?
Don’t forget the meaning of the day, which is about you and your partner, everything else will work out.