5 Best Restaurants for a Business Dinner
Yes, it’s been around awhile, and yes it may seem less edgy than some of its scrappier fine dining counterparts (if three-figure tasting menus can be considered scrappy). But Tetsuya Wakuda’s restaurant, housed in a lovely, art-filled building overlooking a Japanese rock garden, is the place for a celebratory meal Down Under. From the luscious truffle butter that accompanies the fresh-baked bread to their silky signature ocean trout confit to the artful desserts, a meal at Tetsuya is consistently luxurious, delicious—and if you opt for the wine/sake pairings—can be quite the party.
COST: $210 per person plus drinks, tax, and tip.