A restaurant and bar 47 floors above ground with a rotating skyline of Sydney city.
O Bar and Dining have a drinks and bar food area in addition to the a la carte section. As the evening progresses the atmosphere becomes rowdier, which depending on what type of person you are will determine how that appeals to you.
The view at O Bar and Dining is of this:
I know, stunning.
We sampled a degustation with smaller quantities of food per dish so we could try more however I’d recommend a full three-course dinner as they looked deliciously tempting.
Buttery slices of venison loin and egg yolk, dotted throughout the dish, topped with crispy onion tails.
Tomatoes served four ways; candied, roasted, pickled and scorched along with a healthy chunk of buffalo cheese are some delicate flavours.
This is the degustation serving of the duckling however if you have the main, you get the entire duck breast. The duckling section we had was so tender and the pureed nasturtium blended well with the salt and milk paste.
This dish is all about umami; from the rich flavour of the beef, grilled mushrooms and lightly charred onions, intensified further by the sticky, beefy reduction.
Yes this is a dessert, overall it was slightly sweet but more savoury. Ash thought it was interesting with the candied fruit, edible sponge and vegetable cream.
An interpretation of the classic flavouring pairing; strawberries and cream. Roasted and fresh strawberries sit under curls of cool, iced lemon cream, which dissolve upon contact with your tongue.
MsBrulee dined as guests of O Bar and Dining. Opinions however are my own.