Visited Arras for a Saturday night dinner. Ambience is good. The remnants of what once was, well kept in the interior and used wisely. We had the degustation menu for the night. It lasted a whole of 4.5 hours for the courses to be complete. Very interesting and most certainly not traditional. The chef is very creative and it shows in the menu, presentation and taste.
This swish Sydney secret is ambient, cosy and sexy. Hidden down in wharf-land on Hickson Road amid exposed brick walls, Yorkshire chef Adam Humphrey injects northern-English humour into his cooking with quirky British touches. There’s an amazing gourmet gammon, egg and chips with tomato ketchup sorbet – delicious. Black on Rack involves tasty lamb noisettes and black pudding. Truly gorgeous all-vegetarian options include the Raw and the Cooked: a light and beautiful crispy salad with creamed vegetables. All this, washed down with superb world wines. Our tip: put yourself in the hands of expert wine matcher Alon. He knows best! Book now. We love it!