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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Milsons Restaurant Review: For business people with offices on the north side, who don't want to cross the Bridge---and we’re talking the majority of Sydney’s advertising and marketing folk, here---Milsons has fine-tuned the business lunch meal. The service may be slick, but chef Lee Kwiez’s “fresh Australian” food shows that plenty of time has been spent in getting it just right. Although the menu is largely Mediterranean-influenced, there is an understandably Asian accent surfacing in dishes such as sashimi of kingfish. The eatery’s location in an unassuming, converted former Post Office in a suburban shopping street puts its own stamp on the style of dining in the area. Inside, the view of busy chefs at work in the semi-open kitchen and the restaurant’s earthy colors and clean minimalist lines create a backdrop for all comers, making it a place where you can just as easily seal a deal as come for a celebratory meal.