Although the restaurant came well recommended, we found it pretentious: more pomp than substance, I'm afraid. My kingclip fish came nowhere close to the one I experienced at Mitch's Thumb. The sauce of sun-dried tomatoes, rocket, parmesan cheese in a soy glaze was strange and not well balanced. My husband encouraged to try kingclip after I lauded it from Mitch's Thumb ordered his done in tempura: sadly, it was mushy. Service was also unimpressive as we were ignored for much of the evening. The setting that faces the beach reminded me of California and I wished we had walked the beach and found some cute little place where we could have watched the sunset and nibbled something really yummy.
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