Casual dinner for 6. Good service, decent food, good portion sizes. Good value for money. Would recommend.
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A casual lunch with a business friend, had us at Zest which is accessed through the Tattersals Club entrance (you don't need to be a member & there is no dress code regulations), through the Pokies room & up the elevator to the 1st floor....More
We popped in for a quick lunch.. I have say that the club needs a refurb and modernisation, but the Zest restaurant was pleasant enough.. The woman who looked after us was very efficient and kind..( her name may have been Christine.?) We had the...More
For some time a group of us have been looking for somewhere to have lunch in Sydney on a Sunday before going to the Genesian Theatre without the inflated prices and surcharges of Darling Harbour. We found it. Zest kitchen has good range of tasty...More
I like the City Tatts Club but the silver service Esperanto Room is a bit much at times (and requires a longer lead time for bookings normally) so when I had to entertain visiting family I took them to Zest for dinner (having double checked...More
Three of us visited for my birthday. The restaurant didn't disappoint. Our meals were all beautifully cooked and service was fine. Only complaint - the sides offered with the main meals are disappointing. Salad leaves, beans, mash etc. Why do we have to order sides?...More
This is our second visit to this restaurant and proved to be just as good as the first. Zest is within the City Tattersall Club. As such you must sign in and adhere to the dress regulations. The meals on both occasions have been delicious...More
On a Saturday night it was busy there was a show on in the auditorium the service was very good friendly and knowledgeable with the menu and the food was excellent.
What an unexpected great find. The ricotta hotcakes were amazing. i'll be going back here. Great location if you're in the CBD early on a Sunday morning and have no idea where to go for breakfast, before everything opens