Chiswick at the Gallery

January 4, 2016 | Posted by Lesley Jakobsen | Restaurants, THUMBNAIL REVIEWS | 0 Comments |

Visit most decent art galleries across the world and as you empty out of the rooms, especially those of a special exhibition, you’ll find a gift shop, a cloak room, and a bad crowded café.  Go to the top floor and you might find a decent restaurant, and in Sydney, most likely, a view.

So it proved when we went to “The Greats” at NSW Art Gallery. Canny punters book, so we had to make do with a communal table but this was no problem – The Varnished Culture‘s table talk is invariably PC when in public and everyone, especially nearby, seemed nice.

Service was a little arty but the champers arrived on time and the food was quirky (in a good way).  P was even tempted to try a cool and refreshing salad with watermelon, fetta, mint, cucumber and no flesh.


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