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Styleforum Gives - Holiday Charity Auction 8: Cuir de Russie card case from Equus Leather
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Been to all the 3 and 2-star restaurants and largely agree. Glad Rockpool and Balzac got downgraded. The former has been grossly over-rated and over-priced for sometime (although American tourists seem to love it) and the latter is just far too salty. My only grip: Tetsuya's should really be in a class of its own. Near perfect and deserving of its #5 best restaurant in world.Originally Posted by Zubberah
Tetsuya's should really be in a class of its own. Near perfect and deserving of its #5 best restaurant in world.Originally Posted by Zubberah
What's your favourite or favourites at the top end of town?Originally Posted by royal618
Therein lies the difficulty. With whom am I dining - professional colleagues, business colleagues, friends, family? Each might have a different answer, but I would rate Guillaume (a "3 hat" restaurant) in the top rank but find Forty One (1 hat) to be comparable.Originally Posted by Aus_MD
"Ultimate dining experience", then I would have to add Icebergs at Bondi, but mainly for the location rather than the food and service.Originally Posted by Aus_MD
How about the Bather's Pavillion? I have very fond memories of the degustation menu.. The location is great, too.Originally Posted by timekeeping