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Flying Fish Restaurant Review: Flying Fish, poised on the tip of a spruced-up warehouse at the far end of a finger wharf in inner-city Pyrmont, provides a very different take on the classic views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the CBD. Not only is it a jaw-dropping location, ideal for functions and photographs, but the menu has taken wings and flown. Make that menus, plural, as there is an à la carte, dégustation, tasting and kids’ menu. All are full of fish flavours --- yellowfin tuna with pork belly, grilled fresh John Dory or Cone Bay barramundi --- with still some of the tastes of former chef Peter Kuruvita’s Sri Lankan heritage in a couple of dishes --- a young vegetable curry here, curry leaf with prawns elsewhere. The interior features striking hand-blown glass and copper accoutrements as well as a private room lined with wines from the restaurant’s fine wine list which features 15 available by the glass. Little Fish Bar is open Tuesday through Saturday for lunch and for dinner Sunday and Monday from noon to 5 p.m.