Internationally adored culinary wizard Tetsuya Wakuda bewitches diners with inspired dishes such as his signature confit of Petuna Tasmanian ocean trout. Tesuya’s is a temple to food, and dining is degustation only; if you’re in luck, the set ten-course menu may include the glorious grilled wagyu with Asian mushrooms and lime jus. Capitalise on the remarkable marriage of Japanese and French culinary styles and ask the sommelier to match wines for you. Meditative cuisine, Japanese gardens, serene ambience and exquisite attention to detail make Tetsuya’s a magical dining destination.
529 Kent St; (02) 9267 2900; open Sat for lunch and Tues–Sat for dinnercomments powered by Disqus