Friendly staff and nice food. Would probably go again. Wine list was a bit basic but still quite good value.
Great place, great food but for one of Sydney's best restraunts, there are a few aspects that they need to improve upon and that's to do with service. We had to ask to be seated at our table after a long wait at the bar, service was then a little slow. The white wines to go with the tasting menu... More
Oysters not fresh. Left half on the plate and not one easier asked why. Barramundi over cooked. No masterchef working that kitchen.
We had a family dinner at Aria last weekend while down in Sydney for business. It was definitely worth the expense. We had a great seat looking directly at the Opera House and the bridge. The food was delicious and unique. I thought the meals would not fill me up but I was very wrong!
After watching many "master chefs" we were expecting great things, but frankly I was underwhelmed. Great location, great view. However, the room is rather dim and dark, lacking in atmosphere, service is somewhat hard to come by (especially if you want to get some wine) and the food was nothing to shout home about. And of course expensive for all... More
The restaurant is situated perfectly for viewing the Opera House. Other than that, there isn't anything much to rave about the food. In fact, some dishes were below par for a supposedly fine dining restaurant. I notice that fine dining service in Sydney is not as good as places like London or Paris. It is always the little things that... More
Went here for the first time Friday night. Did the pre theatre menu. So impressed with the staff. They were attentive without being annoying. The food was amazing. We also had a bottle of wine which was the best wine I have ever had. If you want to visit Aria but worried about the $$$$ I recommend the pre theatre... More
We had the tasting menu from Aria in Nov. Overall the food is good and favour is well balanced. However, it is probably not as good as most of the three hat resturants if you are looking for a degustation experience.
Came to Aria to celebrate a dear friends birthday. Matt Moran came and chatted to us and other guests as well. The food was superb and the presentation top class. I had the baked octopus, and the beef for a main. great night all up
This was one of two top end restaurants that we visited whilst in Sydney. I notice other reviews freely compare restaurants, putting Quay ahead of Aria. Well, in that case, my husband and I would put Aria firmly ahead of Quay after having experienced both in the same week. Aria's positives: - They serve you a decent helping of delicious... More
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