SYDNEY'S ULTIMATE PROGRESSIVE LUNCH
Whether by luxury yacht or chauffeur-driven private vehicle, enjoy a hallmark progressive lunch experience visiting the most iconic Sydney restaurants.
Quay is one of the country's most celebrated restaurants; the creation of a leading Australian restaurant group, Fink, and Executive Chef Peter Gilmore.
The restaurant is an organic space reflective of Gilmore's nature-inspired cuisine. The interplay of textures and colour brings life and a vibrancy that embraces the restaurant's place in the dress circle of Sydney Harbour.
Catalina's classic, minimalist interior serves as a blank canvas for the main event: the view, and the food. Sitting on the waterfront, diners can look from the balcony to spot whales, dolphins and the occasional seal.
Owners Michael and Judy McMahon are veterans of Sydney's dining scene, working with the likes of Neil Perry and Len Evans over their many years of restaurant experience.
Two of Australia's most celebrated chefs Chase Kojima and Victor Liong have collaborated to bring you CHUUKA, a restaurant that promises to be deliciously different.
Expect Chinese flavours delivered with Japanese precision, sharing dishes that deliver unexpected delights and desserts that are not an afterthought but an experience. And of course, cocktails worth coming back for.
OTTO celebrates people, place and la dolce vita. Situated in the spectacular surrounds of the Finger Wharf at Woolloomooloo, OTTO has an undeniable reputation as one of Sydney's most respected dining institutions.
Approachable yet refined service greets modern Italian cuisine by chef Richard Ptacnik, alfresco dining and trademark waterside views.