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The food was well-presented, and very playful at times. Did I love every single dish? Plus with 9 courses, its more than enough food. Our server, Reed, was so attentive - which is especially impressive given the volume of people in the room. He was always there when we needed him, and when he saw we were getting tired from our jetlag we arrived from California that day , he suggested espresso martinis - brilliant! The show itself is fantastic - creative, polished, and a lot of variety.
The performers really are flawless, and its such an intimate venue you really have a great view from any of the tables on the floor. And everything was executed so perfectly once the show began - no long lulls between courses or acts.
It really was a professional operation in every aspect. El Circo was meant to be a 9-course menu with 9 performances, there were only 7 courses and I believe 8 performances. Pretty annoying to advertise 9 courses then only do 7. Very sugar laden with 4 of the courses being dessert. The performances were short but mainly all great. The food was pretty good-the zucchini flowers being the stand out dish and the pork main course being a bit of a miss with too much sweet.
Slide offers several types of shows, ranging from more caberet themed to burlesque to circus along with a multi-course dinner. The venue is on the smaller side maybe around people max? Pretty sure my jaw was on the floor most of the time as these folks are really really talented.
The menu changes but we had 7 courses that were "Christmas" themed to go along with our show. To be fair, the food was average, but I thought they did a great job with presentation and variety.
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It would be a great place for a hens, birthday, or just general fun night out- after the show and dinner was over they opened up the stage for dancing! Definitely worth checking out for a different type of night out.
We came here for the El Circo show and meal combo as a work Christmas party. If your group is large enough, you can reserve the entire upper floor mezzanine which gives you great views of the show from the balcony.
How it works is that there are 9 acts and 9 courses so you basically watch a short act, eat a course and repeat! The food was of great quality and very plentiful and it is like a degustation menu. The show acts were quirky to say the least and the MC was wonderfully entertaining.
This is Oxford Street so expect plenty of glam and glitter. After the show and meal is completed, you can hang around to have more drinks and even hit the dance floor. I wanted something special for our aniversary this year. For those who have been counting its 20 years this year which is a long time to be stuck with me so something really special and diferent was called for. Its called el circo. The food is fantastic. Fortunatly this was then folowed by real popcorn with truffle butter This was physical performance at its best.
We had girls twirling on hoops 15 feet in the air. Guys on poles, hat jugglers, girls and guys doing acrobatics on silk curtains, guys dancing on poles, a girl and a guy twirling on the same hoop. Each act was better than the last. The finale which was the double act on the hoop was the most amazing physical performance I have ever seen. Amazing physicality with a strong current of eroticism.
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Definitly not one for the kids. The night was tied together by the MC - a drag queen by the name of Maxie Shields, who was one of the best things about the evening.
She was the perfect host. We loved it so much we went back next month for a birthday celebration and saw one of their other shows - the risque revue. A modern burlesque with 3 course french meal.
That was great as well. If you have a special evening coming up, give slide a try. You will not regret it. We will be back. I think slide may become our regular special event venue. Last Friday we went out for the best night out of our lives.
Celebrating a milestone wedding anniversary, Dave looked for something special to do, went online to find an answer thank you Yelp , and came across Slide. The doors officially open at 7, but we got there at about 6. They let us in early and escorted us to our table.
While we waited for our drinks, a magician travelled around the tables, entertaining people as he went. The show started at 7. Our fabulous drag queen hostess, Maxi Shields, then introduced herself and the dinner. First the way the French chef wanted them introduced, but then translated into broad Central Qld. So, our first course of a "spicy pumpkin veloute served with creme fraiche with crunchy kumara chips" became "pumpkin cuppa soup with sour cream and sweet potato".
Oh, and there was a fairytale theme when we went, so this was the Cinderella course the pumpkin. We had the Third Little Pig House which was a yummy melange of mushroom, bacon and asparagus wrapped in pastry, then the Hansel and Gretel Intermission - virtual popcorn which "ticks every diet - paleo, gluten free, Atkins, low-fat, high-fat, dairy free" - you get given a just-pricked black balloon which you hold under your nose to smell the popcorn-scented air that comes out of the hole.
That made us all hungry for popcorn, of course, and they brought around small containers of truffle-buttered popcorn that also had a tiny gingerbread house. Then our main course came out, the Princess and the Pea. This was a poultry roulade stuffed with chestnut, mushroom, pistachio, veal and Cognac, served with yellow squash on a bed of creamy carrot mash, and a side of zucchini and purple potato chips.
Next was The Fox and the Crow with a mini fried camembert with French Dijon dressing and apricot coulis that you wrap in a piece of bitter lettuce. Our dessert came last, Snow White, the Witch and the Poison Apple, so we had cinnamon ice cream on Persian fairy floss that I think was caramel flavoured, then a dark chocolate and salted caramel Religieuse profiteroles and an individual apple tarte tatin.
The performers included Missy who was on the hoop in the intro, then climbing up and performing on what was essentially 2 long silk curtains suspended from the ceiling; Blue Phoenix, who did both amazing pole work and also what was described as Spanish web.
Essentially, he climbed up the silk curtains, then someone on the floor twisted and spun them while he did amazing things all over them, a good 15 m up in the air. He was followed by a burlesque, and then "Statues" - two beautiful men wrapped in nothing more than a red silk curtain posing and removing most of said curtain to the delight of many in the audience, including yours truly.
Following this was an amazing contortionist, who did some quite horrifying things with her body! The final performance of the night featured Missy from the hoop and silk and Brendan one of the statues doing a double act on the hoop.
Simply stunning to watch and they are amazing performers. The food is fantastic and the show is equally fantastic. Degustation can put people off. Most courses were the size of small entrees.
I saw many desserts cleared away only partially eaten. The venue is intimate. There were probably only people in the place as you are seated at tables. Just be careful, as the tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. This show is utterly awful. Actually this show is terrible! In hindsight I wish they had refused us.
It was laughably bad The name says it all. As we are waiting in the coffee shop next door a gent walks in, nods his head and escorts us to a door, which looks like its a dodge place. The door opens and we get rushed in before anyone sees. Then entrance was lit up with trendy lights which lead us down a semi dark alleyway As we get to the end another gent is waiting for us. He then proceeded to pat us down Maybe I would have enjoyed a longer pat We then enter a room, a room of spectacular lights, people, music and laughter Yes I was back in time and I knew this was where I am was meant to have been.
As we sit we are served a nice gin cocktail via a tea pot in a tea cup Class is the word to describe it.
The little petite bit size meals were delicious, even eating food I would never have eaten before. Fun, fun, and fun Loved it and still wondering how he knows what card I had chosen. Now on to the party, the band rocked the night and the staff encouraged the guests to dance, so dancing we did and more dancing when we got back to our table.
Not only did the guests join in on the fun but so did the staff.
If I was to work in the hospitality industry again, this is where and who I would work for