Sails on Lavender Bay
This place is perfect for a Sunday lunch.
Ticking all the boxes- breathtaking views, simple décor, friendly staff, great wine list and amazingly executed food!
Don’t let the elderly people crowd fool you – they just know good food.
Even though the weather was horrible the view was still astounding. Full frontal view of the harbour bridge, one of Sydney’s biggest icons and tourist attractions.
Being greeted with a warm and welcoming smile is so important as well as having your table ready for you at the time it was booked. Well done Sails, although being a busy Sunday they had everything under control.
|Crystal Bay Prawns|
When it comes to simplicity I believe Sails, nails it. Their menu is petite but you’ll find yourself in a pickle as everything sounds amazing. Credits to the Head Chef Nathan Darling.
|Roasted Grimaud Duck Breast with pink fir potatoes, caramelised apple, broccoli, black garlic aioli, hazelnut.|
|Pan fried Cone Bay Barramundi auliflower puree, spinach, pine nut, caper and currant salsa|
Sides – truss tomatoes with buffalo mozzarella (clearly a favourite) and a side of good ol' French fries.
The highlight of my whole experience was the desserts!!
The desserts have been altered for season though, these pictures speak a million words. Try not to drool on your keyboard.
Ps the crème brulee came out on fire – awesome!
Simplicity by Sarah