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Scallops, shimeji mushrooms, chorizo crumble, corn puree and fried basil.
A suave dining experience awaits discerning Surry Hills diners at Vu Restaurant on Fitzroy Street. Nestled in an old-style terrace house, Vu exudes a charming and cosy ambience with dark chocolate velvet fittings, wooden banquettes, grey-toned walls and a moody vibe of candles placed on each oak tabletop. Described by regulars as a new hidden gem in this Sydney suburb, expect a menu fusing flavours of French, Middle Eastern and Asian influences, as seen in starters of freshly shucked oysters, finger lime, salmon pearls, micro lemon balm and Champagne vinegar. Move on to tantalising mains such as smoked quail, woodear mushrooms, pencil leek and kipfler potatoes; or octopus, miso butter, lemongrass and purple congo. For a decadent finish, indulge in salted caramel, vanilla and almond tuille.
59 Fitzroy Street, Surry Hills 2010 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 50 Chef: Quentin Lorentz