Get the Low Down on The Alcott Lane Cove’s New Menu

The Alcott Lane Cove has released a new menu.  In the Cove and some friends went along to play Trivia and sample the new menu.  The new menu was given the thumbs up, and we came fourth in the Trivia (room for improvement).

Head Chef Simon Flanders designed the new menu.  Simon trained in London in some of the best Five Star Star Hotels and Harvey Nichols 5th Floor. He moved to Sydney and worked with Guillaume Brahimi at Quay, The Tattersalls Club, Vault Restaurant, The Ivy, and Executive Chef at RACA on Macquarie Street.

The New Menu

Simon’s inspiration for the new menu is home-style, fresh cooking with local seasonal ingredients in a Modern Australian/European Style.  You can view the new menu here.

ITC tried out the Slow Roasted Pork Belly with pancetta, morcilla, chargrilled brussel sprouts, Kipfler potatoes and one of the best butternut purees I have ever tasted.

One of the most popular dishes on the new menu is the Grilled Lamb Gyros (which is a great alternative to hamburgers).  It’s served on grilled flatbread, with harissa minted yoghurt, fattoush salad and tempura cauliflower.

Simon told us the Chefs are really enjoying cooking the Rangers Valley Black Angus Flank, which is served with celeriac puree, broccolini, parmesan and crispy onions.

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-Free Options

There is something on the menu to suit all dietary requirements. If you’re vegetarian, you can choose the Caralamised Red Onion, Leek, Ricotta, Goat’s Cheese and Asparagus Puff Pastry Tart (it’s a huge serving) or perhaps the Beetroot and Goats Curd Risotto.  One of ITC’s personal favourites, the Tempura Cauliflower, is still on the menu.  If your after gluten-free options, you can choose dishes such as the Huon Hot Smoked Salmon Salad, Chermoula Spiced Pumpkin, or the Rangers Valley Black Angus Rump.

Leave Room for Dessert or Cheese

ITC always saves room for the Selection of Local Artisan Cheeses.  The selected cheeses melt in your mouth.  Simon told ITC his preference is to purchase Australian cheese that is not readily available in supermarkets. They are currently serving three kinds of Australian handmade cheese –  Monte Rosso, Bay of Fires Cheddar, Charltons Choice Blue.

Got a sweet tooth? You can choose either the Tonka Bean Creme Caramel and Raisin Dessert or perhaps the Frozen Peanut Butter Parfait.


Before you dive into the meal, grab a cocktail.

The Alcott is celebrating all things Gin this May with Gin Cocktails from $10.

Craft Your Own using a selection of three Gins $22 – Gin Menu here

But wait, there’s more.

Purchase any beverage from their Gin Festival menu during May, swipe your valid member’s card and go into the draw to win this stylish Tanqueray Cocktail Cart complete with a cocktail making kit, a variety of Gin flavours and glassware! Total prize pool valued at $1000.


You can book by calling 9428 5155 or head over to The Alcott’s website here.

COVID19 and Social Distancing

The Alcott takes its COVID19 Safety Plan seriously.

✅ Temperature checks on arrival
✅ ID and mobile numbers for contact tracing
✅ Hand Sanitiser throughout the venue
✅ Hospital-grade disinfectant in use

We are not aware of another venue in Lane Cove that takes your temperature upon arrival.


Yearly membership is from $10, and member benefits include:

✅ Access to Happy Hour pricing
✅ Complimentary cheese platter on your Birthday
✅ Reciprocal access to @thegreensnorthsydney and @northscammeray.


The Alcott is a registered NSW Club, and each year gives back to the community via their community grant programmes.  Further details here.

The Alcott and In The Cove joined together in 2019 to raise over $10 000 for drought-impacted communities in Cobar and Gunnedah.

Contact Details

Contact Details
Address: No. 1 Birdwood Avenue, Lane Cove NSW 
Phone: (02) 9428 5155
Facebook: @thealcott
Instagram: @thealcott
ITC Business Community Supporter: The Alcott
Licensed:  Fully Licensed

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