Mietta's ReviewSubtle, stylish decor with stunning views, this is a great place to sit back with a cocktail and watch Perth's lights revolve. This place was all the rage when it opened in 2001, now some of the gloss seems to have faded but still the view and the ambience make this a fine place to watch the world go round. The latest fad here is high tea (except for Saturdays) - a snip at $30 with Australian bubbly or $50 with French.
Other Published Opinions
West Australian Dining Out,Peter Kerr, 11-09-08 Score: 14/20 "Arriving on the 33rd floor of St Martin's Tower - the old Highlight 33 - you are greeted by spectacular sweeping views of the city that any restaurant would find hard to top. There's a fit-out to match: slick uniforms, crisp linen and fine stemware. Surprising then that a complimentary duck and pear broth, raw asparagus, enoki mushrooms and a wedge of orange came served in a plastic shot glass. ... C reminds me a little of the hotel bar in Lost in Translation; full of romantics and tourists and slightly kitsch - but mostly good fun."
Sunday Mail Gail Williams, 02-8-2008 Score: 3.5/5 "C in the Sky is Perth's only revolving restaurant. At the top of the St Martins Tower, it affords the best seats in the house for a bird's-eye view of the city. When I called to make a booking, the French accent on the other end of the line was beguiling enough to soften their obvious fear that we were going to turn up for dinner wearing thongs, shorts and a knapsack. "You are aware of ze restaurant's eeeeeevening drezz code," asked the charmer taking our booking"
Paul Eats Perth 06 "C Restaurant may suffer somewhat from its own popularity. We felt the attentiveness we enjoyed at the beginning of the meal had diminished greatly by the end as more and more patrons arrived. However, the atmosphere at this restaurant is great, and combined with unreproachable food, good service, and the unique rotating view from above, an occasion celebrated here is almost guaranteed to be special."
Sunday Times Gail Williams 30/10/05, 3.5/5 stars "While C Restaurant doesn't have the chandeliers of London's Savoy and the wicker furniture of Singapore's Raffles, it is certainly capturing the between lunch and dinner market as well as the little old ladies. The idea of sipping real tea from a willow-patterned pot while slowly revolving above our fair city appealed, especially as we both wanted to sip a toast to grumpy old women. And after a half-hour wait - playing with our starched white napkins and watching the view change from Northbridge to Langley Park - we were well and truly ready for the toast."
Virgin Airlines,Perth Guide, April/May 2002,'open for less than a year and already winning awards'
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