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A typical meal could start with a plate of hors d’oeuvres — a gazpacho with spiced tomato sorbet, west Australian marron with asparagus and truffle mayonnaise, tartare of tuna with fresh wasabi, marinated fillet of trevally with preserved lemon set on sushi rice and tataki of venison with rosemary and honey. Tetsuya’s signature dish follows, confit of ocean trout served with unpasteurised ocean trout roe, followed by double cooked de-boned spatchcock with braised daikon and bread sauce, followed by a grilled fillet of grain fed beef with sansho & shiitake mushrooms.
Desserts include an orange, honey and black pepper sorbet served prior to a blue cheese bavarois. Finally, early season berries with orange and Grand Marnier jelly and champagne ice cream, a floating island with vanilla and praline anglaise, and a flourless chocolate cake with a bitter chocolate sorbet and orange ice cream.
Tetsuya’s offers one of Sydney’s most remarkable wine lists, and will match the dishes with wine available by the glass.
Tetsuya’s serves a ten-course degustation menu, which is $195* (GST inclusive) per person, plus drinks. Tetsuya’s opens for dinner Tuesday to Saturday from 6.00pm and for lunch Saturday only from 12noon. Bookings are essential and can be made by phoning +61 2 9267 2900 or faxing +61 2 9262 7099. All major credit cards are accepted.
Corkage: Please inquuire at restaurant
Fine Dining, Private Room, Wheelchair access and wheelchair-accessible toilets