Astonishing views showcased in commanding floor-to-ceiling windows make a grand first impression when the elevator doors open. The menu, meanwhile, is a real page-turner of diverse cuisines.
Take your pick from Thai, Japanese, Chinese and Western dishes, all served from four kitchens in the back.
• Start with the fried crab cakes with fresh tomato relish and rémoulade sauce—generous chunks of crabmeat packed tightly in a crispy shell of spiced batter.
• For mains, the hefty 450g Australian Wagyu top rump M7 is a good choice for sharing.
• Every visit here seems to end with the Signature Cake, Thirty8’s take on the molten lava cake.