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Our last week in Sydney...Part 2

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This entry was posted on 6/25/2007 6:50 AM and is filed under Australia.

Our waiter friend Stephen from Uluru told us that we MUST have a meal at Flying Fish in Sydney, his favorite place for a special night out.  We were given a table right on the waterside on the end of Jones Bay Wharf and the food was elegant and gorgeous...



Here is Mindy's selection of fish tapas...cauliflower prawn soup, white fish ceviche, and scallop rolls....



Prawn curry was a delight to see and even better to eat...



And what about these black squid ravioli filled with crab and floating in foam?



OK...now check out their bathrooms.  You walk in and see this enclosed "private" toilet, only it doesn't look that "private"...



However, once you go inside, the glass walls turn opaque and you're pretty much invisible.  I say pretty much because we shot a little movie of one of us using it and it wasn't invisible enough to put it on the blog...whoops!



At the Customs House on the Circular Quay is this amazing miniature view of the whole city put under glass that you can walk over.  Here it is lit up at night as seen from the restaurant way above it...



Another night we went to the Sydney Film Festival with our friends Barbara and Maureen.  After seeing "Red Road" we went to dinner at Selah on Loftus St.  It was loud and crowded but the food was delicious...

Polenta and Stuffed Mushroom Veg Platter...



Herb Battered Fish & Chips...



 

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    • 7/7/2007 3:46 PM MizzeM wrote:
      A bog on a blog? Ravioli in foam? And you seem to be wearing winter gear What is this place of which you speak? Run away! Run away!
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