I’ve read so many positive and negative reviews about this place, I thought it was a good opportunity to check it out with them.
Taxi takes its place in the ‘Transport’ corner at Federation Square, offering Australian dishes heavily influenced by Japanese and Asian cuisine.
“The style of food is generous, simple, rustic and playful in its approach with a big emphasis on sharing. It’s lost the pretence, yet still produced, prepared and served with the highest standards.” – Tony Twitchett, Executive Chef.
Cutting edge design and unrivalled views of the river and Flinders Street Station add to the dining experience.
Inside this glass eyrie it’s new fabrics and finishes, a more casual look. I instantly fell in love with this place.
And, here’s what I ate:
For main, I chose seared salmon, warm sea lettuce and zucchini salad and black garlic dressing.
Oooh my. The presentation was casual and extraordinary.
A highly recommended main. I really enjoyed it.
And, my friend ordered chargrilled spatchcock, wombok and nashi pear salad.
And when I tasted it.
WOW! It was aaawesome.
For dessert, I chose lemon meringue pie – frozen like Nan’s.
Olala… Very tasty, exotic and sexy!
And, mini doughnuts with caramelised milk jam. It was fantastic. Some things are classics for a reason.
Overall, I thought the food was AAAAWESOME. I really enjoyed the food and atmosphere.
I would love to come back to try out the dinner menu. Try it and tell me what you think.
Melbourne VIC 3000
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