380 Oxford St, Paddington, NSW, 2021, Australia
10 minutes from the city via Oxford St
20 minutes from the airport via Southern Cross Dr, South Dowling St, Oxford St
Street parking & parking stations are available.
Taking a taxi from the city?
Ask for Fred's, 380 Oxford St Paddington.
Take in the fresh air with a 30-minute walk up Oxford St from Hyde Park and Museum Station.
By Public Transport
Take the train to Museum Station and get any of Sydney buses no: 380, 333, 378 (blue and white) or M40 (red bus) up Oxford St and get off at the first stop after Paddington Town Hall. (Bus tickets available at the kiosk at the bottom of the stairs at Museum Station)
Take the train to Central Station, take the Eddy Ave exit and go to Stand A
Take the 378 or 440 bus (Sydney Buses) Ask for the William St stop in the centre of Paddington Shopping Centre on Oxford St. Bus tickets available from kiosk at station.
Take a bus from the city to Bondi Junction which travels along Oxford St and hop off at the first stop after Paddington Town Hall.
Take the M40 from Chatswood and get off in Paddington Shopping Strip on Oxford St.
Take the 333, M40 or 380 from Bondi to the city and get off in front of Max Brenners or Mitre 10 Hardware in Paddington Shopping Centre.
Walk from Pitt St Mall to bus stops on Elizabeth St near St James Station. Look for stop where the 333 bus departs to Bondi. Take this bus up Oxford St, Paddington and get off the bus at the Queen St stop.
Centred around an open kitchen, each detail has been considered and every element has a story- from the produce to the plates.
Warm and welcoming, Fred’s is designed to feel just like home. Dedicated to sustainable produce and the people who farm it, head chef Danielle Alvarez builds her menu around seasonality and combines old-world techniques with innovation. Alvarez and her team cook on free-standing Tuscan grills and a custom-made hearth, elevating produce to its fullest potential. Exceptional ingredients are at the foundation of everything we do.