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Bar Fly: Geisha Haus


Amie Barbeler reflects on her Bar Fly journey so far...



If you'd have told me a year ago that you'd find me in a slick Japanese lounge bar, picking caviar from between my teeth amid a thick haze of liquid nitrogen, I would have choked on my cider and fallen off my bar stool.



Behind an unassuming entrance in Potts Point sits Geisha Haus: a swish new sushi bar specialising in molecular mixology (think fire, smoke and dry ice) and pretty bar snacks that the Instagram crowd are bound to lose their shit over.



After a round of fresh and foggy ice-cold Kawaii Kisses ($19) smoked up our table (Belvedere, sake, rose tea, sugar, fresh watermelon and lime juice, infused with liquid nitrogen), my girlfriends and I shared a round of juicy Miso Cod ($24).



As I pondered how my life went from pubs to posh, I munched on Geisha's Seared Scallop Nigiri ($22) – flame seared scallops served with creamy Japanese mayo and tobiko.

Geisha Haus
Level 1/5-9 Roslyn St, Potts Point
Ph: (02) 8065 1812


Geisha Haus Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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