Very impressed. Good music and lovely low key luxury brown decor made the atmosphere great. We were seated at a beautiful table at the edge of the revolving restaurant overlooking Sydney. The service here was very attentive and the menu exquisite. The appetizer scallops are delicious, I highly recommend the calf bones, the traditional cereal is delicious as a side dish, and the desserts are impressive...I like souffle.
O Bar and Dining, Sydney’s high-rise sightseeing revolving restaurant, is the second place to eat, the first is the invincible scenery and vision, it is worth a try
During the National Day in Sydney, I chose the revolving restaurant on the 47th floor, overlooking the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. The appetizer, the king salmon is so delicious that it completely subverts my aversion to cooked salmon. The 3D version of the shrimp and beef slide egg dish is absolutely eye-catching The steak I ate was almost like the domestic one. I went to a toilet and prepared to pay the bill. I realized that my bag was missing. That moment is definitely more thrilling than skydiving. Passport wallet, ID card and mobile phone are all in it. Do you mean to stay here and develop? Ask the waiter to help find that it may be rotated to someone else’s, but I haven’t found it for a long time. When I said to adjust the monitoring, a waiter said that someone had picked up my bag [Hey ha] The baby can go home... God bless
This is an upscale bar and western restaurant in Sydney, located on the 47th floor of Australia Square on George Street. This is a revolving restaurant with a 360-degree view of Sydney. The western food provided by the restaurant is very delicious, and the cocktails are even more attractive. Although the price is more expensive, it is worth the experience.
The foodie said that he couldn't hold back after seeing this scene. He clearly wanted to lose weight. Well, eating buttery lobster will not get fat. Seafood is high in protein. Don't care about these calories when you come out to play.