Friday, 21 November 2014

4Fourteen, Surry Hills

4Fourteen was a great venue for a large group of friends for a lazy lunch on Sunday. The best way to describe the experience would be sharing plate degustation in a warehouse setting, 4fourteen certainly delivered when it came to good food, atmosphere and customer service.  While the portions to share are small; there are several dishes that come out that will satisfy.  It's set in a trendy warehouse in Surry Hills.

The meal started beautifully with very tasty bread, soft butter and olives. The "chips" pictured below were beautifully tempura vegetables with an aioli like sauce.

The other great dishes included the cured King Fish and Miso Smoked Salmon. All the ingredients were fresh and perfectly presented. I enjoyed all the different textures particularly in the salmon dish.

The croquettes were yum. All the other meat dishes were perfectly cooked including the lamb which was very much melt in your mouth, the chorizo was spicy and we got a bonus pork dish which was delicious.  For an array of dishes, I would definitely recommend the $65 collective menu experience. The above picture was the menu that I got to experience.

The absolute highlight of the menu for me was the white chocolate sandwich. Everything was perfect about the sandwich. The ice cream was super creamy, the chocolate crispy "bread" provided crunch and the perfection of caramel was amazing. I loved it. That's why it gets it's own special black square.

Location: 414 Bourke St, Surry Hills. Roughly a 10 minute walk from Central Station.

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