Located in a loft, Flying Fish serves traditionally Australian cuisine but the emphasis is on seafood. Chef Peter Kuruvita also has some interesting ... More
Located in a loft, Flying Fish serves traditionally Australian cuisine but the emphasis is on seafood. Chef Peter Kuruvita also has some interesting recipes up his sleeve that have taken inspiration from France and other parts of the world. The food is fresh and the best produce of the season is served. Don't forget to try the Yellow Fin Tuna with Sweet Crackling Pork and Ruby Grapefruit, the Crispy Skin Meadows Farm Duck with Brinjal Pickle and Cumin Sauce, and Honeycomb Bombe Alaska with White Chocolate Sauce. With an amazing view of the harbor, this restaurant also has a special menu for kids and vegetarians. Also, check out the exquisite cocktail and wine list. Witness the confluence of delectable cuisine and beautiful ambience at this restaurant.
I love sushi and so does my family, so we know what we like. The flying fish has an abundance of options so if your not used to eating sushi it can be a bit over whelming. Over all the service is good, food is fresh and always prepared the way you ordered it.
We had the degustation menu with matching wines and went for a special celebration and were expecting good food and excellent service. We received neither. One of the reasons for choosing a degustation menue is to try new wines and understand why the particular wine has been chosen and determine with your own palate if you think they have got it right. So it is not only a dining experience but also a learning one. For most courses the wine arrived a long time after the food meaning that the food was cold or already eaten. The food was okay but not at a standard you would expect from this type of restaurant. The presentation of bathrooms at restaurants is also important the bathrooms were not a pleasure to visit on the night we were there, the smell was not pleasant and toilet paper was not replenished. All in all not a pleasant experience and I would not recommend to others.
I in know way consider my self a food critic all though my wife and I eat out in the city at least once a week, but our meal at the flying fish was one to be long remembered.
After wait twenty minutes to be seated, we where sat 2 metres away from the wash room which continues with an aweful aroma throughtout our time here. My wife and i had oysters as a starter, and after waiting 20 minutes for them, they where dry and warm.
The mains left alot to be desired, which consisted of over-cooked fish and raw chips as a side. The chef incharge on the night had nothing to say but scream and swear at his younger associates.
I consider flying fish extremely overprices and over-rated.
This is a hard question to answer...
The view is perfect, the food is delectable and the service is fun and friendly, they are keen to inform you about everything on the menu! very helpful..
The only complaint would have to be parking, but hey thats not in their domain...
All in all we keep coming back...
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