The restaurant is in a small street off the main drag in Kings Cross called Roslyn street which is also home to a number of bars. The ambiance is casual dinning but is definitely a fine dinning menu.
The menu has a number of options including snacks which we tried before ordering our entree & mains. The snack was described as following. Foie gras, wild hare, beetroot, plum vinegar and red cabbage granita.
For entree we had Slow cooked pork belly seared cuttlefish, pork crackling carot witlof & crab sauce.
Liquid butternut gnocchi, mushroom consommé, shimeji, opinion crumb
Agendashi of cauliflower & scallop, lobster consommé.
the above entrees were all well presented and tasted great.
For mains we had crispy scaled jewfish, smoked potato purée, calamari crackling in ink sauce. this was quite amazing but it didn't seem to work for me. The fish was nice and the smoked potato very salty.
Rare seared venison, red cabbage, rhubarb, beetroot, puffed barley, spiced red wine. this was far too well cooked for venison which made it a little tough.
Steamed Murray cod, charred white asparagus, roast watercress & shiitake mushroom, trompette sauce.
We washed the above down with a Parker Terra Rossa Cabernet and then proceeded to desert. These were all fabulous and a highlight of the meal.
Mulberry milk & honey cluster, blueberry, mascarpone & lemon. This was absolutely beautiful as was the other dish below.
then we both had the chocolate, honeycomb & vanilla sphere, cardamom, saffron, ginger.
Overall the food was very innovative, presented very well but lacked something ? The service was very good and the ambiance was good as well especially as the night went on with being able to look out the window at all the action. I would recommend you try it but be wary it is innovative food. I give it 6/10 for food and 8/10 for service.
Location:Roslyn street Potts Point