An awesome inner-city conversion that's a funk, grunge and eccentric all rolled into one. And the open roof-top is quite exceptional. Don't let the weather deter you. There's huge awnings and plenty of outdoor heating to keep you comfy all year around.
We went for lunch in the sky, so only had wine and softies. But the drinks menu certainly warrants further investigation.
Perhaps it was the enticingly worded menu that made NFS fare sound terribly adventurous but the food was a bit underwhelming really. Tested most of the bar menu, which typically arrived in small quantity on share plates. Most of the dishes seemed in some way fried and more than a few arrived quite greasy.
Would still go again ... its' worth the visit if only for drinks and 'that view'.
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