13 October 2011 Selah Restaurant photos and story: MiSociety
Selah Restaurant – pause rest and have a great meal
Selah Restaurant, located in the epicentre of Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay, unveiled a refreshed look including new art installations at a buzzy event that nonetheless epitomised the warm ambiance and hospitality of this bistro style restaurant, its owner Sam Pask and the Selah staff.
Selah, established some eight years ago, focusses on showcasing local produce from Australia and New Zealand and has proved it can stay the course in the ferociously competitive restaurant business. Often a rule in big cities is that the nearer you get to the biggest tourist attractions the harder it gets to source good restaurant food at acceptable prices. Selah’s reputation, endorsed by many of the guests present who were long term customers of Selah, defies that rule and the tasty canapes produced by head chef Gavin Foster on the night demonstrated that the high standard has not wavered.
Apart from the excellent contemporary food on offer Selah has extra spice on the menu on Sundays – live jazz. ‘Selah’ is a Hebrew word that can mean ‘to pause or rest’ – this seems an ideal spot to do just that and enjoy a great meal at the same time.
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