Time Out says
This new Surry Hills restaurant is set to break the mould
Translated from the word for ‘harvest’ in Danish (høst), this new Surry Hills restaurant has been inspired by patron-chef Samantha Pok’s travels in Europe.
The kicker that has us turning our heads is the fact that they're only offering one main dish a night. No choice involved. One evening it might be beef cheeks with onion rings and chimichurri, or lamb rump with pickled strawberries and sweet onion powder, or maybe a veggie option like spinach gnocchi with mushroom cream and cavolo nero might make the cut.
There are a larger number of starters and desserts to choose from. We’re loving the sound of bone marrow and harissa paste or lavosh with liver parfait and rhubarb to start shenanigans. Meanwhile desserts like meringue with yuzu curd, lychees, rosewater cream and dehydrated raspberries most definitely have our attention. Or how does strawberry jelly with pink peppercorns and thyme and honey whipped custard sound to you?
The menu changes every week, so check out their Instagram page to keep up to date, and make your booking with your preferred dish in mind.