For the past 16 years, In Restaurant has refined ingredients from the North Sydney Shore to create beautiful and fresh modern Australian meals. Living up to its location by the sea at Neutral Bay, you’ll find a variety of seafood on the menu such as scallops, oysters, and king prawns. Its polished and simple set up by the waters is great for a first date or a business meal, and if you’re not a fan of seafood, fret not, as there are beef, pork and duck options as well. Enjoy the fresh variety on offer at In Restaurant and make an online reservation today!
Along the charming Neutral Bay, you’ll find a restaurant selling fresh Australian meals, called In Restaurant. The place is simple yet elegant, and looks whimsical at night. With the choice of red meats and seafood, it is the perfect place to impress someone on a first date, go for a celebratory dinner with friends, or have a business meeting. Begin the experience with the slowly-roasted pork belly served with roasted potato, carrots, and warm apple compote, and then move on to some grilled fresh tasmanian salmon fillet served with garlic king prawns.
Despite probably being filled to the brim by this point, you should squeeze in room for dessert, especially when they are as good as those served at In Restaurant. Opt for something light like the passionfruit panna cotta or satisfy your sweet tooth with a crepe suzette. Dining at In Restaurant is both a feast to the stomach and to the eyes as you end the day with a walk down the bay with its romantic lights. Make an online reservation to secure a table!
The restaurant was clean and well kept. We went on the Saturday of a long weekend which may have influenced attendance levels, but from 6:30 (the time of our booking) to 7:30 (when we left), we shared the restaurant with a single party of four friends. In spite of the quietness, the hostess was initially going to seat us at the table for two directly in front of the entry. The food ranged in the high teens for entrees and mid twenties to high thirties for mains. We had the scallop entree - which was dressed with more of a soy sauce and shallot sauce than the "soy - chilli glaze" mentioned on the menu. The scallops were cooked competently. The duck and beef bourguignon mains were all right. We did not really feel that the restaurant represented value for money.