A fancy, yet affordable eatery in the former Montrachet site serving snacks from $5.
April 01, 2023
After famed fine diner Montrachet upped and moved on from its original home of 224 Given Terrace, it left room for the far more accessible but always very good Nota.
From ex-Moda duo Kevin Docherty and Sebastiaan de Kort, the philosphy behind Nota is "simple yet satisfying meals", according to de Kort. The menu of modern Euro fare aims to be uncomplicated and approachable while still highlighting quality ingredients and big flavours, with a mix of dishes that veer between the traditional and the unexpected.
Kick things off with the superb tempura fish sandwich, beef carpaccio or warm confit duck salad with hazelnuts and grilled fig, before exploring the mains that take you from Italy with the chilli and garlic laced prawn casarecce to the east of France with the luxurious beef bourguignon. The tight, well-considered list of wine from across Europe, Australia and NZ makes choosing your evening's drinks a breeze.
Dining at Nota is a reliably lovely experience that is equally appropriate for weeknight dates or a lengthy dinner party with friends.
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