If you have a special occasion to celebrate, the O Bar and Dining is the place to go for the best city views, ambience and food. <br> <br> I remember when Australia Square first opened in 1967 and the queues to get to the top of Australia's tallest building. No queues today . . . but the thrill is still the same and the view is in my opinion, still better than from Westfield Tower. <br> Why? . . . because you are closer to the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. <br> <br> Booking a table was easily done by making a phone reservation. I chose the second dining time of 9.00pm because I wouldn't be asked to leave after a few hours and I wanted the night to last forever! <br> Also I wanted a window seat and all seats had been booked until this later time. <br> <br> On arrival, we were greeted warmly and asked to wait in a lounge area near the bar. Waitresses attended to our cocktail needs and brought complimentary salted almonds. Within five minutes, our table was ready for us to dine. <br> <br> We chose the three course dinner menu set at $115 per person. <br> However, this ended up being more because of our selection choices and the additional 7.5% discretionary staff gratuity charge which is added to the final bill. <br> <br> While sitting at our table considering the menu and admiring the 360° revolving view we ordered a bottle of Bianca Vigna Prosecco Brut. It was perfectly chilled and the absolute drink for the occasion. This was teamed with complimentary seeded (ancient grains) bread & wild garlic infused sea salt whipped cottage cheese. <br> <br> For entrée I couldn't resist paying an extra $10 for the Western Australian Blue Peats Ridge marron, split and grilled with house XO butter and charred lime, while my partner chose the Hot Smoked Buffalo described as Cherry wood smoked buffalo, celeriac, charred baby cos, savoury granola with horseradish snow. Don't be deceived by the name when ordering! This was not a hot entrée but a cold salad dish. Nevertheless it was still delicious.<br> <br> With so many enticing main meal choices, again we ordered the a supplementary meal choice. For an additional $20 we chose the Fillet of John Dory<br> with roasted rock lobster tail, shaved kipflers, broccoli shoots, fermented chilli and lemon. <br> We ordered also an extra side of roasted charisma potatoes done with garlic & herbs.<br> <br> During the evening, the ever changing night views of the city added that special wow factor to our dining experience. Our waiter Sebastian also deserves a special mention here. He was most attentive and friendly. He offered to take numerous photos for us during the evening and during the conversations we told him about our anniversary we were celebrating. He organised a special surprise dessert cake along with our ordered desserts. What a beautiful surprise! You made our night so special - Thank you.<br> <br> Dessert was amazing! I chose the hot passionfruit soufflé with hidden milk chocolate, dipped passionfruit cream. This is one of the best soufflés I have ever tasted. Definitely a must try again dish.<br> <br> My partner's choice was the Chocolate textures #4. Also a standout dessert for chocoholics.<br> <br> To finish the evening - coffee and another cocktail. <br> <br> I can't wait to go here again. Everything was perfect and the food was magnificent.<br> Yes it does cost - but in life you get what you pay for! It's worth the expense to dine up in the sky with a view to remember and make a memory that will last a lifetime!
Amazing food here! One of the best handmade noodles I can find in Sydney! (Can not find good handmade noodles in Melbourne) <br> Spice is bearable ... it adds to the taste! Went back twice during my trip to Sydney! Chefs Gallery Please come to Melbourne!
If extremely weak lighting made a restaurant, the spicempel knows what you are doing. <br> Grief Ah, if it were so light, great decor and presentation, I would say that the food is more solid here. There are some ambitious dishes, but a lot of it just does not take away or adds to your original colleague too much. <br> Grief I think of the price point I would rather consider to find a few authentic restaurants that are appropriate to each court as a fusion concept. It is still worth it to go at least once!
Amazing! <br> We ordered the duck confit, snails and the rum ice cream with apple pie. 3 dishes were recoverably wonderful. We were already in Paris, but I can say that the dishes of this restaurant are the same as what we had in France. <br> In addition, the service is also brilliant. Kellner always cared for us and our can experience.
We spent at an afternoon at Georges enjoying a few delicious Mojitos. Very comfortable seating with a great view of people passing, ferries and tours coming and going. Loved it so much we came back the next night for dinner. Highly recommend the lamb dish -meat falling off the bone with so much flavour, and also the filo cheesy honey entree. The staff are friendly and welcoming and at the same time professional so as not to disturb customers as they dine. Prices are very reasonable, excellent value for money.
The restaurants in the Masuya group offer truly authentic Japanese dining options. On first inspection Miso is no different, and the long queues daily speaks itself. Expectations however, were not quite met. Ordered the pork loin set and came with no katsu sauce? Pork was flavourful but nowhere near tender or juicy enough for proper tonkatsu. The miso soup and potato salad were great but it's hard for sides to justify a poor main. Very good value though and I will probably come back to try their bento and teishoku options, but I wouldn't recommend the pork katsu here.