Dined at Quay for the first time in late December... really enjoyable night, with some very good dishes, and absolutely fantastic wines. A couple of months on though and I can't remember what I had and how it tasted... not usually a great sign. General consensus was that entrees and deserts (yes the snow egg is cool) were winners, but mains were not as good as elsewhere. Without a doubt though the wine list and sommeliers were fantastic. Probably the best list in Sydney?
This is pretty much food tourism in Sydney... The location is great and room stunning. It's a little hard to find and if (like us) your taxi delivers you downstairs there is a very grimy inauspicious elevator to the restaurant. Very disappointed that no one in the restaurant let us know that on a weekend night its impossible (40 minute wait) to get a cab to come to the restaurant. Instead we were told to walk down to Circular Quay (not easy for ladies in heels). This combined with a very hefty bill for the night (about $150 per head plus wine), whilst not upsetting us too much, did make us wonder if Quay is so much better than Aria across the quay? At least you can get a cab there!
Recommend for tourists and first timers... probably won't go back.
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