This restaurant is inside a large old wharf - the only roof is the roof of the wharf, 3 stories above. It was a usual winter's night in Sydney (about 16C), but the restaurant would have also been that temperature. We did not take off our layers once sitting inside, and we never warmed up, eventhough there were heaters perched way above us. No blankets provided. I don't like chilli, so was told that there were 3 things on the menu available - so we ordered all 3 (plus a dessert later). The first main course arrived (where was the other one?) and it was cold. It could have been warm, and it was disappointing to receive cold food when we were so cold ourselves. The second main course arrived, and it was warm, as was the side (served at the same time). The food was excellent but the serves were tiny. After the first main course, we discussed where we would go for dinner as there was so little food offered (I am vegetarian so I am used to plant based meals). After our dessert, there were no staff in sight to request our bill, so we decided we would start to walk out (it was too cold to stay), which meant we were attended to. If the place had been warmer, offered blankets, and provided larger servings, I would have given it 5/5 as the food was excellent.
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