Terrace on the Domain honours head chef Luca Ferrandi’s Italian heritage with a rustic Italian menu that revisits classics in a new way, but doesn’t overcomplicate things.

Expect dishes such as black spaghetti with spanner crab; lamb rump served with black-olive tapenade; and barramundi with herbed breadcrumbs, pickled shallot and anchovy mayo. For dessert there’s a tiramisu made from Ferrandi’s family recipe.

Also on-site is the Terrace Eatery, a more casual diner that’s open for breakfast and lunch, with a menu that can be enjoyed al fresco in the sun or as takeaway. The breakfast menu includes a bacon-and-egg roll with barbeque sauce; fruit and yoghurt options; and a Mediterranean bowl with fregola (a Sardinian-style pasta), zucchini, tomato, bacon, a poached egg and a tahini dressing. For lunch, there are burgers, pizzas, wraps, and a sausage roll and pie of the day.

The Terrace Bar is open from 11.30am until late and is great for after-work drinks. Watch the city lights turn on as you throw back a Tiramisu Martini prepared with cold-brew coffee, pinot noir, crème de cacao, choc bitters, mascarpone and an espresso shot. There are also eight pizza options and an extensive list of Italian and Australian wines, as well as craft beer.

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Updated: October 10th, 2019

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