From the identical secure because the Miss Chow’s dumpling homes, Small Talk is a Japanese influenced informal izakaya-style bar on the bottom flooring of what was as soon as the Telstra constructing in Stirling Street, however is now hostel lodging and Small Talk will definitely appeal to each the hostel patrons and staff in nearby companies.
It is open and ethereal, with a variety of seating choices together with couches and coffee tables, and a few benches outdoors within the sheltered courtyard between two excessive rise buildings – and this space is canine pleasant if you wish to convey alongside your pooch.
From the wine record we ordered a bottle of Vasse Felix Classic Dry Rosé – superbly crisp and dry, with each aromas and flavours of cherries and strawberries. Went very properly with our meals alternatives, too!
Dashi pickled cucumber with shaved bonito and nice slivers of zesty angel hair chilli makes for an excellent snack whereas sipping on a wine or beer.
The bento field is excellent worth with juicy fillets of tempura fish, rice and salad, whereas the hen slider additionally impressed by its worth and high quality.
A bowl of spiced wasabi peas helped us by means of the remnants of the wine.
Will be again to attempt the dory fish pores and skin with chilli kewpie which was off the menu once we dropped in!
Small Talk is a welcome addition to the Stirling Street space and provides to the consuming choices within the previous Telstra constructing which additionally homes Lazy Lees.