a long walk from centre of town but worth it half the room is wine bar the other half restaurant. Nicely laid out though maybe a bit dark. friendly professional service; I had the plat du jour- stunning raw Wagyu beef strips with walnuts, candied peel radish.. forget what else.. beautiful sauce - seemed a light dish but sustantial. main was perfectly crafted slow cooked pork belly the skin separated off to leave a smooth survace; crackling perfectetly cooked, scallops, oyster mushrooms.. it seemed little but I was full. Asparagus locally grown wonderful texture right to the tip- not as in tense as NZ asparagus more like blanched european in flavour.. no room for dessert. Vittoria is not the best coffee in Australia but well prepared. not cheap- with 2 red wine glasses and a sweet rheinhessen mosel came to $A 134 but a wonderful meal
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