Talented Executive Chef Troy Rhoades-Brown’s measured approach has taken Muse to the next level, where it can confidently stand alongside the best restaurants in the country.
The architecturally stunning building that adjoins the cellar door at Hungerford Hill commands its own sense of space, with the interior filled with filtered natural light during the day, before transitioning to a more intimate offering at night.
The high level of technique and refinement in the kitchen is clearly evident, as is the level of composure showcased throughout the service, both back and front of house. The Randall family koshihikari risotto might be delicately portioned and plated with tweezer precision, but the symphony and clarity of flavours from the goat curd, wasabi, spring pea, radish, mint and lemon myrtle is hugely stunning. Similarly, the lightly barbecued plump Moreton Bay bug, with divine Morpeth carrots, haunting resonance of ginger, nasturtiums and bunya nut miso, is an undeniable wow dish that brings joy to every table it lands on – and the sublime texture will leave you speechless!
PSST! Leave room for one of the outstanding desserts.