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Champagne Room, Sydney

285A Crown Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, Australia
Champagne Room Review
 
5 Star Rating
12 July 2015Champagne Room
Tags: Sydney, Australia, French reviewsThe Bill: £79 per head
 

The Champagne Room can be found inside The Winery in Surrey Hills, Sydney. It's on the upper level and has an ever-so British feeling with beautifully designed interiors. We had a booth, which came with a wonderful addition, a button titled 'Press for Champagne'. We just had to make use of this button a few times, and I have to say it worked very well.

It's a small and busy restaurant, but the tables and booths are well positioned so you don't hear your neighbours conversations. We had a faultless experience, and I'm looking forward to pressing that button again in the future.

We started the evening with a couple of glasses of Perrier Jouet Blason Rose NV whilst browsing the menu. We also ordered a bottle of Bellwether Wines 'Glenroy', Cabernet Sauvignon, Coonawarra, SA, 2012. An interesting and enjoyable wine with hints of dark chocolate, mint, blackberry and mulberry.

"The Champagne Room doesn’t disappoint."

To begin we ordered Buffalo Haloumi with Honeycomb and Orange. Not something you often see on a menu and I couldn't resist trying, which I'm glad I did as it was super tasty. My partner ordered their Buffalo Mozzarella salad with Basil, Tomato, Young Lettuce and Sherry Vinaigrette. Another superb dish, it's evident that every dish leaving the kitchen is meticulously prepared and thought through, so we were looking forward to our main courses.

For our main courses we ordered the 250g Black Angus Sirloin. They use 150 day grain fed Sirloin and the flavour this gives the meat is noticeable to say the least, the steak was incredibly flavoursome. The dish came with French Fries, Jus, and Cafe de Paris Butter, the perfect accompaniments. My partner ordered Duck Breast, served with Roasted Beets, Sorrel, Soaked Currents, Smoked Hazel Nuts, and Balsamic. The Duck was equally as delicious. We added a side of Truffled Mash as it sounded very tempting, a great choice.

For dessert we shared a Champagne Chocolate Bar, which is a large block of champagne flavoured chocolate brought out on a chopping board and is quite the indulgent experience. We had a pleasant evening of dining from start to finish, certainly a firm recommendation from us.

 
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