Other reviews are definitely right about the view - as long as you get a good seat! We were a few rows back from the window and, arriving before the lunchtime rush, got to enjoy the view unobstructed until the end of our entrees when other people were seated in front of us. Having booked well in advance, it being a weekday and my boyfriend advising him when we booked that it was our anniversary, I was a little disappointed to miss out on the view for most of our meal.
Many of the tables are also very close together, the wait staff have to turn sideways to slip between the packed-in rows. Combined with the fact that our cloth-less table was sticky, it wasn't a particularly intimate atmosphere.
Our entrees were amazing, but the mains were quite small, only a few prawns on my partner's plate and my dish was mostly pork (sausage, belly, loin) with a little bit of pumpkin, cabbage and a smear of puree. Expect to need three courses to feel full. The dessert platter was very underwhelming, we actually saw it sitting up at the pass in front of the kitchen for while, with the ice cream and sorbets on the plate already mostly melted by the time it reached our table.
The staff were lovely but we did feel rushed to get finished and out of the restaurant. They didn't even ask if we wanted coffees, bringing the bill to our table before our dessert plates had even been cleared and without us asking for it. I appreciate intuitive staff, but it really felt like they wanted us out of there.
On the whole, it felt like we paid a lot of money for a dining experience we could have gotten in many places in the city at a much cheaper price. My expectations were definitely high because of the reviews on here, and perhaps I am a little harsh because of this, but I went away disappointed and not in any hurry to return.
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