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wner Andrew Becher oversaw a multi-million-dollar fitout at the old Fratelli Fresh site on Macleay Street, and it shows. The (above) is beautiful: red velvet chairs, studded banquettes, marble, brass, dainty lampshades, modern art. The pan-Euro brasserie-style food may not match the ambition (duck breast could be rested longer; mayonnaise to go with prawns could be sharper) but that doesn’t mean it’s not pumping. 81 Macleay St, Potts Point, (02) 9167 2921.

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