N.S.W. Art Gallery: More than one indulgence
This restaurant has class. The staff, the food and the view all combine to make this an experience you'll be boasting about.
My only gripe is that it is a tad noisy but you tend to overlook that while reflecting on the art you've just seen and the view over Sydney Harbour. We only had small sizes but they were superb. If money isn't a problem I would highly recommend this establishment.
Favorite Dish: I had salmon and my partner had scallops. Picking between the two was pointless, they were both excellent.Related to:
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Yutaka: Japanese eat all you can buffet - cheap
Yutaka is a Japanese eat all you can ( buffet type ) restaurant . Located at Sydney CBD and within walking distance from Central Station and Sydney Centre Point. There are two Japanese restaurants in Bathurst St. and it is almost 2 blocks away from each other, but this is the one we chose to go in for a lunch break . It is cheap and there's a lot to choose at the buffet table. At lunch time roundabout 1200H we went in and I noticed that it is already busy. The Japanese meals on the buffet are more of a Terriyaki-Tepanyaki and Sushi dishes and I was told that there was no sashimi and raw fish served on that particular lunch day. For the cost of A$ 12 for one hour and extra A$ 3 for every extra 15 mins extension it is really cheap. A 200ml drink is about $ 3. So you would have at least A$ 15-17 minimum to spend incl a drink.
At dinner time it cost (A$30/ person per hour ) as there are sashimi and more sea food oyster , prawns including the special eel is included on the buffet.
A$12pp (mon-fri) 60min limit
A$16pp (fri, sat & public holiday) 90min limit
A$32pp (fri, sat & public holiday)
mon - thur 11am-3pm & 5-10.30pm
fri & sat 11am-3.30pm & 5-11pm
Favorite Dish: Japanese Noodles -Soba- ramen ,chicken terriyaki
Udon noodle soup.Related to:
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Famous Pies: Pies, what else
Walking around we happened upon this cart which was selling all sorts of meat pies, I was curios, but since I had given up all sorts of meats for lent we decided to skip the meat pies and just grab a drink.
I did notice that the cart looked clean and the food selection looked good. The smell of the pies was quite heavenly, but no meat pies for us. Maybe next time.Related to:
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Pie Face: Grab a Pie!
Pies are almost an institution in Australia. Insult the pies and you insult the Aussies.
They do take their pies rather a tad more seriously.
So do an Aussie thing while you are in Australia and in Sydney, not that this is the only place you can get it, if you happen to walk past a "Pie Face" joint, stop, breathe, grab a pie and bite into a taste of Australia.
Favorite Dish: There are a variety of flavours to choose from, the simplest being the "Steak Pie". Others include "Chunky Steak injected with Cheese", "Bacon and Egg", "Chicken and Mushroom" etc.Related to:
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