When Tetsuya’s opened in 1989, Sydney had never seen the like. Tetsuya Wakuda’s tasting menus of Japanese dishes reimagined with classical French techniques and local ingredients shook Australia’s dining scene to its core – and it went on to become a regular on World’s 50 Best lists. Today, its art-bedecked, white linen-filled dining room is still a giant of Sydney’s fine-dining scene and the signature confit ocean trout is as delicious as ever. Menus evolve constantly but are always presented with flaire, while the wine list is of the quality you would expect from a restaurant of this stature.
529 Kent Street, Central Business District, Sydney, NSW 2000