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Surry Hills, Sydney
Eclectic, warm and decadent, DOME is the perfect place to enjoy live performances, unwind with friends, or host a private party, corporate celebration or business conference in one of Sydney's most beautiful bars and function rooms. Decked out with a glamorous glass bar, gold ceiling, eighteenth-century French chandeliers, one-off pieces of furniture and a grand Baroque mural. DOME is all at once, elegant and contemporary, quirky and alluring. DOME has professional staff who deliver Sydney’s most impeccable service to ensure your event is stress free, flawless and most importantly, an enjoyable experience.
Awarded 1 Chef hat in 'THE AGE Good Food Guide Melbourne' Middle Eastern flavours work spiffingly at this sweet little shopfront facing Zeally Bay, so much so that James White and Vanessa Joachim often run two sittings at weekends to cope with the crowds. Everything comes tapas-style to share.
Awarded 2 Chef Hats in 'THE AGE Good Food Guide Melbourne' Whether the rolling olvie groves you see from Loam are lit by the moon, lashed by the rain or sparkling in summer, it's a sunny place to be, warmed by the easy country hospitality of an on-song service team and Aaron Turner's inspired cooking. The room's a simple box on a farm on an unmade road. Tables are bare and a produce-laden bench is the centrepiece, but its beguiling. The tenderest Angus short rib with a ribbon on beetroot, apple vinegar and sprigs of yarrow. Smoked, house-churned butter, for potato sourdough.
One of 27 restaurants world wide. co owner Robert De Niro has put faith behind chef Nobu Matsuhisa in creating a world class menu. be amazing by the knife skills of the highly trained chefs as the slice SASHIMI right in front of you.. an exciting japanese dining experience.
The finest cantonese in perth. located at crown casino, the beautiful restaurant is one of many things that catches the eye as you enter through the double doors.. bringing traditional flavors with a twist, this should high on your list of things to do when visiting perth.. be sure to have a duck pancake or 4 .......
Just one of Neil Perrys famous restaurants. like his one in Melbourne this is located in crown casino. the very best of Australian beef is on display here. from a huge grill menu to the bar menu serving the famous wagyu burger.. it is one of perths top hot spots.. just dont spend all your money in the casino and treat your self to dinner and glass of local wine..
Surry Hills, Sydney
Porteno is a Argentinian restaurant from the owners of Bodega. The menu features suckling pig and lamb that are cooked over burning embers of ironbark and a selection of fish and other meats slowly cooked to order. Porteno was awarded 2 Chef Hats in the SMH Good Food Guide 2012 as well as Best New Restaurant. Make sure you get in early as the venue is very popular with queues starting to form from 5pm on Saturday nights. Bookings are available for tables of 5 and a maximum of 12.
'Sunset is the magic hour here, and if it's too breezy, flop into a cosy cane lounge chair at the outside bar with a bloody mary and enjoy the mellow views to Barrandaroo, Peter Kuruvita's seafood haven, a spit-level former maritime warehouse on historic Jones Bay Wharf, remains a crowd-pleaser at the quality end of the marina dining market. The seasonality and delicacy of his produce is faultless and the plating impressively pretty - as in 'ravioli' of raw beetroot and woodside goats curd, golden raisin puree, breakfast radish and dried balsamic; and an impeccably fresh platter of seafood tapas (kingfish, spanner crab, ocean trout, avruga, snapper). With polished , professional service - particularly from the wine staff - this sensational setting works its spell every time.
The Rocks, Sydney
Sake Restaurant & Bar is a contemporary Japanese restaurant located in The Rocks, Sydney. The restaurant caters for groups of all sizes offering four private dining rooms, communal banquet dining, traditional Japanese sunken table and a sushi bar. Opening Hours Mon - Sun Lunch 12.00 - 3.00pm Mon - Thurs Dinner 6.00 - 10.30pm Fri Dinner 6.00 - 12.00am Sat Dinner 5.30 - 11.30pm Sun Dinner 5.00 - 10.00pm
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