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Tetsuya's

Address: 529 Kent Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9267 2900

Tags: japanese, french

Tetsuya Wakuda has refurbished a heritage-listed site in the city to create his dream restaurant. The restaurant offers sophisticated and intimate private dining rooms for group bookings, and two larger main dining rooms overlooking a Japanese garden.

Tetsuya’s cuisine is unique, based on the Japanese philosophy of natural seasonal flavours, enhanced by classic French technique.

Tetsuya's renowned degustation set menu changes frequently. The degustation could start with chilled cold corn soup with saffron and vanilla ice cream, smoked ocean trout and avruga, trio of New Zealand scampi. Tetsuya's signature dish the confit of Petuna ocean trout served with konbu and fennel, followed by terrine of Queensland spanner crab with an avocado soup. Also grilled fillet of barramundi with braised baby fennel and finally twice cooked de-boned spatchcock with foie gras and gobo, wagyu beef with lime and wasabi.

Desserts include comte with lentils, served prior to beetroot and blood orange sorbet, summer pudding, lemon scented floating island with vanilla bean anglaise. Finally, chocolate ganache with green tea and red beans.

Tetsuya’s offers one of Sydney’s most remarkable wine lists, and will match the dishes with wine available by the glass.



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