Quay is no doubt one of Sydney’s best restaurants with exceptional food, service & amazing views. Delivering everything you would expect from a restaurant of this caliber and more.
The standout savory dish for me was the mud crab congee sounds boring but packs so much flavor nothing like any other congee I have had before. Desserts is all about the Snow Egg. It is really worthy of all the hype. I want to go back to Quay just to have another one!
The 4-course meal I had here was $175 they also have a tasting menu for $235. On the day I dined here there was a cruise ship docked so it was blocking the view towards the Opera House, there was still views of the Harbour Bridge. If you want the full view experience best to check if a boat will be in on the day of your booking.
Aged black pig pancetta,walnuts, grains, pickled mushrooms,pepitas, black vinegar laver
Mud crab congee (est. 2003)
Roasted local octopus,slipper lobster,pickled endives, XO
Comte custard, Spring vegetables, wakame broth
Oxtail, Black Angus beef,castelfranco radicchio,black garlic
Sommerlad heritage bred chicken,brioche, grains, morel,coco button mushroom
Confit of prunes with 15 year old Madeira,bittersweet ganache, brûlée cream
Strawberry snow egg
Coffee with petit fors $10
Upper Level,Overseas Passenger Terminal,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000