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Tetsuya's Restaurant

Listed under Restaurants in Sydney, Australia.

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Tetsuya is Sydney’s restaurant claim to fame. Ranked number 9 in the worldly recognized S. Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants list, Tetsuya has “daring culinary delights” ( and “continues to elevate food to the level of art with breathtaking brushstrokes of pure inspiration” ( Tetsuya is set in a breathtakingly beautiful Japanese garden complete with waterfall offering “an oasis of calm and sophistication amidst the bustle of the city” ( The menu changes frequently although always has Tetsuya’s traditional dish, confit of ocean trout served with unpasteurised ocean trout roe as a classic among the traditional 10-course degustation. The restaurant has “a modern, minimalist fit-out complemented by the Japanese inspired gardens, immaculate tableware and polished, unobtrusive service” ( combined with “contemporary Australian elegance” ( makes up a beautiful atmosphere with delicious food.

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Written by  Melissa Rubin.

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