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    Don't forget to drink some Sheaf Stout and also Coopers beer. Both are sort of mainstream brands but they are very good refreshing beers.

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    Hey Huw, is this for your summer menu or an event dinner?

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    Huw... OFF THE FRICKIN' HOOK, simply amazing plating & composition, as alway's. Good luck on the awards. Should be a slam dunk, with plates like that. I just hope the wait staff.can match up withe the food!
    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    Hey Huw, is this for your summer menu or an event dinner?
    Uni Dish is for a wine dinner tomorrow night, the others are older pics I had in my phone
    Huw
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    In that case me and Chanop wouldn't mind a doggie bag. . On a serious note, if you ever feel like sharing that warm oyster vinegarette let me know.

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    So is this one of those places with no prices on the menu????

    I don't know if I could bring myself to eat any of those dishes. I think I'd order a lazy susan with each dish so I could just slowly spin the plate and admire what was in front of me.

    Then I'd say, "Enough with the artwork, bring me the dinner menu."

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Limited View Post
    So is this one of those places with no prices on the menu????

    I don't know if I could bring myself to eat any of those dishes. I think I'd order a lazy susan with each dish so I could just slowly spin the plate and admire what was in front of me.

    Then I'd say, "Enough with the artwork, bring me the dinner menu."
    When I went there I can honestly say I left stuffed. What you see here is the degustation portions. I don't think you can eat 7 of these plates.

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    I just checked , it's only like 16,200 kilometers to get to you from my house. I may have to stay for breakfast. Everything looks superb. What under the uni on top of the eggs Huw?

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    As always, just great Huw! I really like the integrity of your food and the lack of copycat pretension in your presentation. Roasted squid consomme, sea succulents with crab dumpling on charcoal grilled flathead - man! this dish pushed my buttons! Well done!

    Still planning to come by on my way to Sydney, maybe in 3 weeks.

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    Thanks Hari!
    Let me know when you plan to come by, I look forward to it
    Huw
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    Quote Originally Posted by rami_m View Post
    When I went there I can honestly say I left stuffed. What you see here is the degustation portions. I don't think you can eat 7 of these plates.
    But ... but ... but, they're too pretty to eat.

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