Rocket has been here for almost a decade and has seen many other eateries come and go, but Peter, the owner reckons business is booming with the new Eat Street. Rocket was pumping with happy dinners when noodlies Sydney food blog visited on the last stop of our progressive dinner tour.
I ordered the mixed berry souffle for the vanilla bean ice cream that came with it. And the ice cream was just what I was expecting, rich and creamy. But the souffle was a really pleasant surprise, fantastically presented in a copper handled pot, it was fluffy and light but bursting with flavour.
I was bowled over by the chocolate marquise spiced cherry compote, it just looked stunning, from the glistening cherries, luminous chocolate exterior through to the chocolate swirl. It was a bit of a jaw dropper for our table. The dessert delivered on tastes too with the cake being sweet but not over powering and well balanced with the cherry compote.
Oh, and kudos to the champagne citrus panna cotta – perfect palate cleanser before we started our dessert.
Rocket was the perfect ending to noodlies Sydney food blog’s progressive dinner through Eat Street, Chatswood Central.
This Noodlies Sydney food blog experience was courtesy Wasamedia and our kind host, Rocket restaurant.
5 Railway St, Chatswood
(02) 9411 8233
Eat Street Progressive Dinner, Chatswood Centre
Entree and drinks: Bavarian Bier Cafe
Mains: Izakaya Arigato
Dessert: Rocket Restaurant
The souffle looks so good!
Am liking these new erteaies in Chatswood, even though I don’t get out that way much. The steamed cheung fun sounds very similar to the fried cheung fun at yum cha .