The first night we ever went to Corridor, just a few weeks after it first opened, the staff were having a hell of a time. Half of the kitchen staff had called in sick, some staff were covering others jobs, glasses werent being washed fast enough and some were broken in the chaos. Despite all this, we had a great evening. The staff were great under pressure. One of the bar staff (who seemed to be running the show so possibly a manager) apologised profusely when she had to put our white wine bottle in a bucket from the kitchen as all the proper ice buckets were being used and apologised again when she had to give us champagne glasses for our white wine as they had run out. As a gesture they gave us our bottle of wine on the house which of course, in time, encouraged us to buy another. We also ordered the mezze plate and the cheese platter which were very generous servings and absolutely delicious. Since that time of course, things are running much more smoothly at Corridor and I have popped in there for a cocktail or a nice glass of pinot gris with several different friends. The layout is of a cool, small Melbourne style bar with the bar running down the left hand side and just enough room to walk by those waiting at the bar. Upstairs there is a lounge area overlooking King Street, reminiscent of Madame Fling Flong, and a nice decked area out the back which is lovely to spend time on on a breezy summer evening. The only negative is that sometimes the smoke can be a little overwhelming, especially if youre having food as it is quite a confined area. Overall though, great atmosphere, great drinks, great food.