Time Out says
The Surry Hills restaurant takes things down to a more casual pace
The restaurant FKA Bishop Sessa has changed things up navigating its offerings to lean more towards that of a wine bar, and will also drop the 'Sessa' from its name. After six years of focusing on French influenced degustations the Crown Street restaurants will expand its (already pretty big) wine offering, and while it will maintain a high quality food menu, it will focus on a less formal structure. That means instead of heading in for five courses on a special occasion, you can now head into Sessa for a simple glass of wine and some chicken liver parfait or jamon with pickles. To this end owner Erez Gordon has called upon chef Troy Spencer (former co-owner Newtown’s Spencer Guthrie) to deploy a menu that focuses on small bites, while also offering larger French imbued plates.