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Quay is a restaurant in Sydney, Australia. It is owned by Leon Fink, and is run by chef Peter Gilmore. It has won several awards in Australia, and has been included in The World's 50 Best Restaurants since 2009.DescriptionQuay is located in Sydney Harbour, and overlooks Sydney Harbour Bridge. The restaurant is owned by Leon Fink. Chef Peter Gilmore joined the restaurant in 2001.MenuQuay serves contemporary Australian cuisine. The restaurant has several signature dishes, including the "Snow Egg", an egg-shaped poached meringue with an ice cream centre, which is coated in a sweet tuile by using a blow torch. It is served on a bed of fruit fool and granita. The "Snow Egg" was re-created in the finale of the 2010 series of MasterChef Australia. Another signature dish is Gilmore's "Eight-Textured Chocolate Cake", which in an earlier version included only five different textures, but was subsequently developed and now contains eight.The menu's Asian influences include sashimi of bluefin tuna served with a horseradish cream and wasabi flowers in white tea jelly. Chinese techniques such as velveting are also used in the production of a lobster sauce in a dish which features lobster served three ways, the other ways being as a mousseline dumpling as well as the flesh itself. The mulloway served at the restaurant is sourced from an aquafarm in Palmers Island, New South Wales.