Tags: modern european, vegetarian options, parking, modern australian, fully licensed, wheelchair access
Altitude Restaurant blends great food with great view. Situated on top of the world-renowned Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney, Altitude Restaurant became one of the top places that many clients want to visit.
While the ambiance set at the high altitude of the restaurant is enough to catch people's attention, our food offerings are something worth to try out for every customer. Our menu offers a list of modern cuisines Australia is known for. Simultaneously, we have a full list of wines that will definitely compliment each meal and the mood clients want to set like intimate dinners or client meetings.
Altitude Restaurant also offers private cooking classes. Learn how to prepare delectable dishes from our Chef de Cuisine, Steven Krasicki. Classes are held every 3rd Saturday of each month and include welcome sparkling wine, chefâ€™s apron, a two-course lunch, recipes and more.
Clients with specific dining needs will find themselves settled with our offers. We have tables for regular dining needs in an extraordinary setting while we also have a private dining rooms perfect for client meetings and small family celebrations. Talk about family celebrations we also have different special offer meal sets to match specific occasions and client preferences.
Altitude Restaurant definitely sets a name in the world of food and dining. Its qualities are recognized by different organizations and resulted to garnering the Restaurant of the Year and Chef of the Year from Australian Hotels Association National Awards of Excellence in 2010. Altitude Restaurant also received the One Hat award from the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide in 2011.
if you want to experience fine dining at an altitude, be sure to give us a call through our contact numbers and reserve a table for your dining needs.
Views! When you first take the elevator to the 36th floor of the Shangri-La Hotel and walk into the super stylish Altitude Restaurant that is the first thought, and quite likely the first word, you will utter (and perhaps even repeat for some time). Through five-metre-high floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the restaurant shows off a one-of-a-kind Sydney cityscape, so youâ€™d better prepare to dine with the Harbour Bridge, Opera House or â€“ if you are headed for the sleek, curved private dining room â€“ both. The restaurant itself is styled in light cream colours, with clean lines and intricate glass chandeliers lending subtle regality.
The menu will depend on the night you come to dine â€“ Monday to Thursday offers the â€śepi-curiousâ€ť (degustation) or a la carte menu, while on Friday and Saturday nights a four-course weekend menu takes charge. The one thing that remains a constant is chef de cuisine, Steven Krasicki. Weaving his work together with the strength of local produce, he creates a seasonally-evolving selection of modern Australian dishes that resonate with diners as well as with the fine-dining elements of their spectacular setting. On his menu, you may spy entrees like handmade tortellini of spanner crab and sea scallops with peas, confit tomato and shellfish bisque, while inventive mains may include terracotta clay baked beef which is actually cracked at your table. Each menu also has a vegetarian counterpart and finds a soul mate in the wine list. Exceeding more than 260 varieties, this follows the commitment to Australia with a strong focus on local (particularly NSW), boutique wine. It doesnâ€™t lack in international flavours either, boasting drops from as far as France, Italy and South America. Altitude has also recently introduced cheese wine flights (a selection of cheeses paired with wine) that make a delightful end, or beginning, to a meal.
Agnes Gajewska, March 2010