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После посещения этого бара можно насладиться прогулкой с видом на The Big Dig Archaeology Education Centre. В Kobe Jones обязательно стоит попробовать блюда японской кухни. Здесь вы можете заказать хороших крабов, сашими и хвост лобстера. Это место славится неплохими блинами и вкусно приготовленным мороженым. Обязательно закажите неплохое вино.

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This is a review on the Groupon experience $120 for a 10-ish course with lobster tail included.Overall it was a very good experience. Good service and a lot of food that we really could not finish. It really probably deserves 4 stars but I did feel satisfied with my expectations - I hope the owner can have a read about the whole experience below.Here are some of the things that could be improved:1) Placement of each dish. I feel like having the main morsel of the beef at the end where even someone that eats a lot like myself would have found trouble finding the stomach space is a mistake. If you are going to serve such a generous amount of beef - please place it closer towards the middle. Also, the garlic rice was served at the very end, after the beef was finished, by itself - which was odd. 2) Serving size. I know it is an odd complaint, but I personally found that there was probably too much beef compared to the much more smaller dishes at the start. I wouldn't have minded having 35% less beef, and maybe 60% more foie gras (which to me was the highlight). 3) Acidity. Given the rich flavours and deep umami of the dishes - there needs to be proper accompaniments in terms of condiments to really balance it out. I found the lemon sorbet as a palette cleanser as well as the orange crepe to be inadequate in this role as at that stage you're already feeling stuffed from all the food you've been given.4) Chef interaction. The chefs overall seem professional, but they seem heavily like amateur chefs. Not saying they burnt anything, but the way they handled their tools as well as their limited interactions and vocabulary really took away from what seemed like a very luxury and classy experience and location.All that being said, very much worth the $120 groupon price. I feel like if the establishment wants to charge the usual price, the above 4 needs to be improved upon.
Terrible atmosphere! Chefs don’t engage with the customers, waiting time between the meals are way too long. Food was tasty but the overall experience was terrible. They are in for the tourists and not for returning customers. It’s also overpriced which we wouldn’t mind for a great experience but it was not the case.
Kobe Jones is where it's at if you want a Japanese banquet, and if you want added theatre to the meal, visit their their restaurant located at the Rocks, "The Rocks Teppanyaki". This is not what you may experience at an American style Teppanyaki, where you spend half your evening dodging food all night, or trying to catch rice in your bowl, this is traditional Teppanyaki at its finest, where the talented Chef prepares the meal right in front of you at the grill with care and precision. We enjoyed one of their 9 course banquet menus that can be picked up for a good price on Groupon. All menu items were impeccably prepared on the grill and served straight from grill to plate. Not only a visual experience, the smells and flavours were great, with plenty of umami instilled into every dish. The chef also took her time to converse with us and make it a brilliant dining experience. To start the degustation style banquet, we were brought out a short sip of Creamy cauliflower soup, with a velvety texture and plenty of flavour. With many more courses ahead, it was appropriately served in an espresso glass.Following this was a delicious bite, maybe two, of the crab salad and avocado roll, wrapped in kingfish smothered in their rich creamy secret sauce and finished on the grill. We watched the chef as she purposely brought the grill plate to flames to nicely sear the outer layer of the dish. Poke bowls are all the the rage at the moment, and were used as a palate cleanser in this instance. A fresh dish to mix it up it a little, more of a sashimi salad. With a mix of salad leaf, seaweed, raw kingfish and salmon, this was a nice touch before we got into the main courses.Next, it is taken up a knotch with the superbly high quality lobster tail, served in half shell, with the chef's skill evidently on display, busily working to perfectly grill and season this tasty dish, served in a sesame mornay sauce. Absolutely lovely and we thoroughly enjoyed this. The Japanese are known to cook a good steak and are famouse for their Wagyu, with this restaurant seving many grades of wagyu from 5+ to 9+. The banquet includes the sirloin cooked at high heat on the grill. Chef cooks it to your preference. This steak full of good oils, so juicy and full of umami, no sauce needed, but it is there if want; a vinegar, miso and teriyaki.The fat from the sirloin is cooked into little crip pieces, to savour if you wish. The dish is also accompanied with rice crisps for added texture.This is served with the obligatory bowl of miso soup, to cleanse the palate.The meal is finished with their sapporo beer Crepe Suzette, a nice light desert to finish the banquet, flambeed in Grand Marinier the flames certainly provide some excitement, as does the orange caramel glaze served with the crepe. This was a great interactive dining experience in the Rocks. At full price it is $169 for the degustation, but the food served uses premium ingredients and it is expertly prepared in front of you. If this is out of your price range, or you're not in need of so many courses, A la carte is also available.Staff were lovely, very friendly and hospitable. The restaurant is located in the heritage area of the rocks in what was once an 1800's butchery. There is so much history here and they've done a great job to keep with the outdoor heritage and indoors, a modern homely style space.
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176 Cumberland St, Рокс, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия
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ПонедельникПн 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:00
ВторникВт 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:00
СредаСр 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:00
ЧетвергЧт 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:00
ПятницаПт 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:30
СубботаСб 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:30
ВоскресеньеВс 12:00-15:00, 17:00-21:00
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