Superbly renovated and refashioned, this is one of the oldest established restaurants in the city, yet still one of the most popular. Set in the histo... More
Cin Cin on Quay
Superbly renovated and refashioned, this is one of the oldest established restaurants in the city, yet still one of the most popular. Set in the historic Ferry Building and overlooking the water, Cin Cin has high ceilings, granite, and luxurious table settings. There is a strong emphasis on the sea, with Italian and Asian flavors through pasta, risotto and noodles. Wood-fired pizzas are thrown in for good measure. The wine list is extensive.
It was meant to be a romantic evening with view to the port.
We walked in, were politely greeted, had a pleasant 2 minutes conversations with the well styled waiter and that was all about it.
Our entrée came 20 minutes later. the main course, more than 1h30 after the entrée. we were kept on waiting with no actual reason. When it eventually arrived, the main course looked marvellous but was actually far away from the carte description.
We walked out sad for the evening and hungry.