Saturday, 18 August 2012

Becasse, Sydney (closed)

Becasse was the first fine dining restaurant in Sydney that I've been to. I had this meal when they were still located at Clarence Street. It was a beautiful restaurant, food was fantastic, atmosphere was intimate and cosy.
Becasse later moved to Westfield Sydney but became among the upscale restaurants in Sydney that had to close its doors in 2012. I will surely miss its food and so thought about sharing this with everyone.


Pumpkin brioche, stout epi and garlic rosemary auvergne






Macleay Valley suckling pig, salad of crispy pork and slow cooked egg navet, pancetta and ravigote dressing


David Blackmore full-blood Wagyu, risotto of braised Wagyu shin bordelaise, winter vegetable, red wine and bone marrow


Pre-dessert



Caramelised apple tarte tatin, pain d’├ępice ice cream








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