Where Else Can You Dine In A Botanical Oasis With A Panoramic View Of Sydney?
Escaping the daily grind often conjures up a tropical dream, complete with a never-ending supply of cocktails, brought to you before a spectacular view.
But instead of forking out for a transatlantic flight to the rainforests of South America - great in theory, but we doubt your current bank balance would agree - we encourage you to abscond closer to home and soothe the soul at Sydney institution, The Butler.
MTV Travel had the pleasure of taste testing the celebrated menu injected with an Ibero-American twist courtesy of newly appointed Head Chef Amber Doig.
Don't fret - if you've been to The Butler before, everything you love remains; the garden terrace overlooking a panoramic view of the skyline, the signature share food-style and the impeccable service.
However, it's the fresh new taste that makes the experience all the more special.
If you've yet to experience this sojourn in Potts Point, duck in off Victoria Street and start with pre-dinner cocktails at the newly-opened Juanita's, which boasts Ibero concoctions of Pisco, tequila and tropical fruit.
Take your time; a full evening is ahead of you.
When you're ready, stroll downstairs and choose between a table surrounded by lush greenery on the terrace or a seat in the ambient dining room. Good company is a must as you sip on the wide variety of wine and peruse the share menu together.
Our pick to start would be Chef Doig's 'Ruby Tuna Tartare'; tossed with tomatillo, Pasilla chilli, atop a black quinoa tostada.
We couldn't resist the slow-cooked pork and chipotle empanadas, but make sure you leave room for the 'Lamb Barbacoa' main; a slow-cooked lamb shoulder with adobo, green olives and coriander.
Oh, and if you're feeling moreish, the flash-fried cauliflower with brown butter almonds, lime salt and homemade queso fresco is the perfect side.
Most importantly, remember to tear yourself away from your plate long enough to let the extroadinary evening escape sink in.