Located amongst the corporate office buildings in the Darling Park precinct, you will find hidden gem Sepia Restaurant.
Sepia boasts a warm, dimly lit, 1920′s jazz vibe and is cleverly divided into dining areas along with a more relaxed bar space.
The bar is the perfect spot to to enjoy a pre or post dinner drink, or it is a worthy destination on its own. An extensive bar menu is offered, should you be seeking simply a glass of wine and a nibble.
The restaurant offers an a la carte, 4 course and a degustation menu. Though, on Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday for lunch, only the degustation menu is offered.
Simply the best seasonal ingredients are utilised and you will notice a distinct Japanese influence in the dishes. The food is innovative and exciting, with a clever use of molecular gastronomy and the presentation of each dish is breathtaking.
Take it from us, this is food you will be remembering for some time to come. After all, Chef Martin Benn has trained under the greats such as Tetsuya Wakuda and Marco Pierre White, so exquisite food should come second nature to him.
Goes without saying a high calibre wine list is offered, put together by the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide’s 2013 Sommelier of the year, Rodney Setter.
We think Sepia Restaurant is really something special and we hope you do too.
In a nutshell:
Price – $$$$– it’s not cheap, but you’ll be remembering the food long after you’ve forgotten the price.
Fare – contemporary with a Japanese influence. Beautifully presented dishes, exquisite flavours. A la carte & degustation.
Service – slick, professional and efficient.
Location – located in the Darling Park precinct.
Ambience – warm, elegant, understated Art Deco glamour.
201 Sussex Street, Sydney
+61 2 9283 1990 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinner – Tues – Sat – from 6pm, Lunch – Fri – Sat – from 12noon