The Apple Daily

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The Apple Daily is upstairs at Brookfield Place, overlooking the action below at the Print Hall bar. On busy nights the noise level can get boisterous, but it’s a fitting backdrop to the venue’s high-voltage South East Asian dishes made to share.

Dig in to dishes such as oysters with zesty nuoc cham dressing; teriyaki beef short ribs with shimeji mushrooms; or raw kingfish with caviar, wasabi and ponzu. Just don’t expect street-food prices – this is chef-prepared fare, from head chef Ivan Blackwell.

You can’t book in advance, but you can grab a drink while for a table. At Brookfield Place you’re not short on options, with Bob’s Bar upstairs and Print Hall’s Main Bar below.

There’s a lot of fun to be had with the drinks list. Wine is all about WA and lines up well-recognised wineries alongside boutique producers, with expected blockbusters and road-less-travelled options of unusual grape types or blends.

There’s also Asian whiskies and sake, and a punchy selection of cocktails, such as the Hong Kong Happy Times with rum, kaffir lime and elderflower.

Updated: September 5th, 2018

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