From the outside, the unassuming art deco façade leaves you wondering if you’ve come to the right address, but that’s all part of Chef Ross Lusted’s philosophy. One of the nation’s most acclaimed chefs, his stunning creations ensure surprise and delight are at the heart of your experience at The Bridge Room. The long dining room is tastefully appointed, with blond-wood furniture adding to the smart appearance.
You’ll be torn with what to choose from the outstanding menu, so start with a crudo of shaved imperador, lifted with smoked white eggplant, crisp black rice and avocado – smoothness and crunch all at once. Main courses are precise displays of technique and flavour, so lamb from the loin and rump arrives perfectly rare yet with crisp edges, and served with walnut cream and candied mustard fruit. Slow-braised beef cheek is wrapped in hop puree and wilted radicchio, and paired with a cut of aged sirloin and mushroom heart.
PSST! Check out Chef Lusted’s special six-course menu.