Welcome, skip to the content.
Sister of nearby favourite, Gingerboy, Ezard combines east and west with verve and creativity. The Age Good Food Guide gives it the thumbs up with two hats, while Australian Gourmet Traveller has it listed in it's national top 100. With themes borrowed from Japan, China and India, all re-imagined by Chef Teage Ezard, this is a must-try experience for any self-respecting gourmand. The flavours are bold and the queues are long, but it’s worth the wait.