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It’s the custom The historic sandstone surrounds of the Customs House restaurant on Queen St are pretty special, but it’s the spectacular view across to the Story Bridge that has the punters swooning– that and the food. Popular with suits during the week, locals in the know on weekends as well as clued-up tourists, Head Chef Didier Pollaert offers a range of menu choices from the Champagne High Tea with smoked salmon blinis, chicken and dill ribbon sandwiches and raspberry scones amongst the delicacies (served with a chilled glass of Veuve no less) to the a la carte offerings which sound equally delicious (seared duck breast with spiced butternut pumpkin tart and roasted enoki or Veal scaloppine with sand crab, asparagus, desirée potato mash and a dill hollandaise anyone?). Given the warm, opulent décor it’s no wonder Customs House restaurant is also popular for bridal showers. The House is also open for Sunday breakfast and for just $40 you can partake of their Signature lunch menu with a choice of entrée and main and a glass of wine.