Smack in the middle of the business district, 43 stories above Collyer Quay, Zafferano has culled out a reputation for high quality Italian grub and fortunatley there’s a great setting to go with it. Professional but friendly waiters waltz between tables laid up with stiff white napery, as a prelude to some knockout flavours wrapped in all manner of classic Italian dishes. If you’re pushing out the boat you might be tempted by, say, ‘Sanchoku’ wagyu beef striploin (MBS 6/7) with black garlic purée and ‘finferli’ mushrooms. It’s high spec stuff and delicious, with a requisite price tag. The popular Saturday and Sunday brunch menu is an institution and might offer, poached prawns with cucumber, avocado and romaine salad, plus crab and confit tomatoes frittata, risotto with robiola cheese and saffron, and Angus beef with shaved parmesan, alongside a litany of other sharing plates. It weighs in at either $98 or $148 depending on the level of wine you choose to accompany the meal. This is included.