We were recommended Sails for a business dinner and we weren't disappointed. Service and meals were beyond incredible with a view to match. It is on the expensive side so save for a special event or occasion. The 'Mushroom Pie' is a must try!
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Post Christmas/New Year get together for 6 - a table offering one of the world's best views of the Bridge, Opera House and departing cruise ship. The magnificent view was matched by a superb dining experience. Understated, helpful service and a thoughtfully paced serving. Very...More
Sails is in one of the most iconic Sydney locations and the views of the bridge and opera house as you drive down the hill to the restaurant are truly stunning. The ferry terminal does block the view considerably, depending a bit on where you...More
We had dinner here one Saturday evening and I do not have enough words to explain the excellence of our experience. We were there (my husband and myself) with another couple. There were families there also having dinner, and some occasions being celebrated. Everyone was...More
The view is of course the main atttraction, but is somewhat spoiled by the ferry terminal right in front of the restaurant. The food was good - no complaints there - with an interesting menu. Maybe slightly light on the redmeat selections. The highlight is...More
I had my birthday dinner there earlier this year and it was absolutely amazing! The staff was so friendly and the food was amazing! The restaurant itself is beautiful and the view is gorgeous! The food is a perfect size and so good! Expensive but...More
I had been wanting to dine here for years and it lived up to my expectations. We started with cocktails and enjoyed the views. All four of our entrees and mains were superb. Highlights were the scallops and pork belly entrees. Snapper and Trevalle for...More
We recently held a function at Sails and had a very enjoyable lunch. The menu is interesting, the food and presentation excellent, the wine list comprehensive and the service attentive. Beautiful spot for lunch or dinner
Must be one of the world's most spectacular locations, let down by poor food. Largely tasteless, "hot" dishes served cold, tough meat (beef and lamb), offered to cook (some) meat dishes as you preferred and then completely ignored requests, and forgetting some orders altogether.
We dined here as a group of friends for lunch and were not disappointed. Everything was perfect, from the food to the service and of course the amazing view across to the Sydney Harbour bridge and beyond. The service was friendly and attentive without being...More