Fully reserved on TheFork
Fully reserved on TheFork
Great spot! The staff were really friendly. Loved the view of opera house. Food is decent
Great sharing plates overlooking the opera house.
Slow service at times.
Great evening had by all!
Cute bar would recommend for post work drinks
Snapper cooked at the table was well presented
Really nice place to hangout, great environment. Food is delicious and has its own unique twist. Would recommend the friend chicken and pork noodles.
The food was great and modern and with a fusion twist even the teenage children loved it. Highly recommended and the promo was great value too!
Wagyu beef is nice
Staff were great!
very good deal on the 50% off promotion. food was tasty and cooked well
Loved the view and fusion cuisine
Great service and staff were very helpful. Good food too
The view is good. Menu doesn’t have much options.
We paid $60 for two on a 50% off deal. The satay chicken was a definite favourite, and the Mongolian beef spring rolls and duck and shiitake got a were also delicious. The views are spectacular, and I think with the dark decor, dinner in winter with the opera house all lit up would be amazing. You could hear the party downstairs at Cruise Bar, which luckily was a very good live band...but that did stop and start (so the Lounge music stopped and start - a bit inconsistent, but we really loved the band). Overall we had a wonderful night! And the team wished us a happy anniversary as noted on the booking.
great views, great food and good value with the 50% off deal
Great view, very good service Food was okay, drinks were nice It was a bit hot - no a/c on a hot day
Great place, will be back ! Only comment is the music was way to loud.
One of those loud doof doof places, quiet dimly lit. Chairs had no back and rather heavy. The food was very good and the portions were quite large. The karaage stole the show. Wagyu skewers were very tender. Dumplings had nice inside, but the skin was slightly dry. The noodles were very tasty, but slightly salty after a while.
Great view and atmosphere
Overseas Passenger Terminal, 2000, The Rocks, Australia
There aren’t many restaurants which have as good a view of the Sydney Opera House as Junk Lounge. Walk up to Level 2 of Cruise Bar, the refurbished Overseas Passenger Terminal, and you’ll see Circular Quay in all of its glory. Junk Lounge has a definite Oriental vibe in both look and menu. Inspired by the junk trading ships of Asia, the restaurant has dark timber benches and inviting sunken lounges to accompany its Asian fusion menu.
Sip on a Kung Fu Hustle or Sensei Sam cocktail or have a look over the wine list as you take in the harbour views. For food, it’s tapas-style. You can order everything from soft shell crab steamed buns and Malay satay chicken skewers to Nori-wrapped beef and Thai vegetable dumplings. However, it’s the seared sesame tuna dish that takes the spotlight time and time again.
Saturday nights have never looked better, whether it’s a girl’s night out or a cosy date for two, and it can all be rounded off with a dance into the early hours downstairs.
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