One of Sydney’s finest fine dining establishments has quietly undergone a revamp and is ready to win us over all over again with its famous finesse with food.
Reopening today with a fresh new dining room, the team at The Bridge Room celebrates their third birthday this month. In Sydney’s revolving door that is the restaurant world, that’s quite a feat. Three years of awards, accolades and very happy customers is set to continue on.
Housed in a historic building which dates back to 1938, originally used as a wool sorting space, The Bridge Room is keen to keep its roots. Not too much has changed. The futurist felt sculptural wall is still there, along with the fab felt placemats, in an ode to the building’s past. Handmade Ross ceramics and stunning rose coloured glasses bring the space into this century.
And then there’s the food. Chef Ross Lusted has steered this space to success, with a kitchen that turns out dishes to die for on a nightly basis. The heirloom beetroot, radicchio and grilled tongue, the roasted artichoke, broad beans and Oberon truffles, or how about a sake cured wild kingfish served with shaved kombu and smoked milk? Ross brings his travels around the world to the plate and it’s definitely not cookie cutter food he’s serving.
These are dishes designed around each tiny detail, and every tiny taste bud in your mouth will get excited.
Did we mention Ross is the same Ross behind the ceramics and placemat designs? Like we said, the man’s got talent.
The Bridge Room
Reopening Tuesday 5th August 2014
Ground Level 44 Bridge Street, Sydney 2000
Open for lunch and dinner