Food and drink
Broth serves up modern approach to classic Australian recipes. The lamb loin in a green coat as well as the Portobello mushroom salad are signature dishes. The lamb was juicy and cooked to perfection, and all in all, the food was of a good standard, while the presentation was top notch. There’s also a wide selection of Australian vintages.
Housed in a converted shop house, the ambience is chic yet cosy. The restaurant isn’t very large, but it would be a great place for a romantic occasion.
The wait staff was overly attentive and I couldn’t fault the service. Then again, we were only one of two tables in the restaurant.
Situated on trendy Duxton Hill, Broth can be a little difficult to find. You’ll have to get the taxi to drop you off half way down the hill, and it’s a very short walk up the cobble stone path.
The food was good, but I felt it was a little overpriced and the portions were quite small. Appetisers are around the $20 while mains more in the region of $40. You can expect to pay around $200 for a three-course meal for two people with a glass of wine.
- Business travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- People watching