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Lunch Tue-Fri noon-2pm
Dinner daily 6pm-10pm
By day or by night, the sparkling sweep of Sydney Harbour viewed through Quay's floor-to-ceiling windows has the potential to overshadow anything but the best cuisine. Lucky, then, that the likes of the pork belly, slow-cooked in cultured butter, and paired with koji, sesame and the smokiest of pork broths, and the intriguingly textured green rice, toasted buckwheat and water spinach, crowned with rice wafer shards and compressed kombu are, well, quite possibly the best. Crisp white cloths and fine glassware instil a sense of formality, and service stays just the right side of friendly, maintaining the high standards you'd expect at this price-point. The breadth of the wine list may threaten to boggle the mind, but deft guidance by a thoughtful sommelier makes it easy. Dessert is as singularly brilliant as ever: chocolate caramel studded with chewy almond nougat and muscatels is transcendence on a spoon.
Lunch menus $135-$155
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