64 degrees is a chic restaurant in the Laines. Quite small, but with a hustle and bustle reminiscent of a popular Sushi train in the centre of Sydney. We ate at the bar, which was great to be right in front of the chef and the kitchen, although it did make it difficult to chat to everyone (perfect if you go as a couple of with a friend). Being so close to the kitchen does get rather warm, so I suggest dressing scantily. Not much of a drawback though with friendly and fun staff to chat to and find out all about the food as it is prepared. Dishes come out as they are ready and a few plates is enough for most appetites. The dishes are all beautifully presented and most are zinging with impressive and exciting flavour combinations. Particular favourites were the pan fried cabbage with potato knoedel (amazingly smooth potato in a crispy case and the best cabbage I have ever eaten!), chicken wings with kimchi (delightfully spicy and fingerlickin wings) and although I didn't try them, the sardines looked absolutely amazing! Some of the portions are quite small, but all of the above are very reasonable. We certainly didn't leave hungry and, at roughly £25 a head for some exquisite food, I can't recommend this restaurant enough. Make sure you book ahead if you want to dine on a popular night, but rest assured, it is well worth the effort!
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