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Tetsuya's serves a Degustation menu of Eight courses. The menu is unique and is based on the Japanese philosophy of using natural seasonal flavours enhanced by classic French technique and utilising the freshest possible ingredients. Tetsuya designed his own on-site "test kitchen" within the restaurant to enable him to create the constantly evolving and inspiring dishes on which he has built his esteemed international reputation. Tetsuya's offers one of Sydney's most comprehensive wine lists and our sommeliers will, upon request, match the dishes with wine available by the glass. Tetsuya's does not accept or allow the service of BYO Wine, Beer or Spirits.
If you wanting to bring overseas visitors for a very nice degustation meal then it is best to bring them to Tetsuyas. This was a 9 piece degustation meal and all plates are explained to you what ingredients there are and then you are left...More
This was on my list of things to do, having last visited the old location 20 years ago. There were certainly parts of the menu that were really interesting and worth the price, but some courses are always going to be better than others. I...More
This restaurant was recommended by a friend who grew up in Sydney of my sister. Therefore, reservation was made well before our trip to Australia. You have to like seafood to appreciate this restaurant since there's no menu except by the choice of the main...More
We had the Tasting Menu with Australian wine pairing. We also had the Testusays Signature champagne cocktail with edible gold leaf. Service and the food was excellent. The restaurant is overlooking a beautiful Japanese garden. Probably the best flat white I had was served at...More
To Tetsuya Wakuda and the whole team THANK YOU!
The experience we had was something that we would treasure forever from first walking down the drive to having the front door opened for us and being greeted.
As someone who wanted pursue the culinary arts...More
Our second visit; it had been nearly 16 years since the first.
The restaurant is lovely (though the worn carpet should be replaced in some areas). I agree with other diners: the smaller room is quieter, and we were right next to the garden so...More
A special place for a special occasion. The hail stones didn’t ruin this place. As it hailed down we were greeted by class. A gorgeous table facing the Japanese garden. Not in main dining room. A small maple waved at me.
There are two smaller...More
The experience starts when you pull up at the front door for the valet to park your car.
Our waiter greeted us by name and took us to our table.
The dining room, overlooking the japanese garden in the courtyard, was tranquil and quiet. We...More
Tetsuya’s is simply the best. The degustation menu is exquisite. There are three or four tiny seafood orientated courses and then a couple of gorgeous dessert courses. They are faultless.
The wines are excellent. There is a large folder filled with wine, sake and other...More