Nostalgia is expensive, but well worth the visit if you're not counting pennies. We had 3 courses here and were super pleased with both the flavours and generous portion sizes of the dishes.
The crab bisque tortellini and seafood chowder for our entrees were jam packed with flavour and the bread, hot and fresh. There are irks = there wasn't much more than 4 tablespoons of the chowder soup - luckily the pile of fresh and tasty seafood made up for it, and the crab bisque was cold.
We both had the fresh market fish for our mains, which was snapper. Huge portion of food for our mains compared to some of the other fancy restaurants we've been to. The snapper was cooked perfectly, however the chorizo brought the standard of the dish down... was more like cheap sausage. Not sure where they source their chorizo from, but should consider leaving it off the dish, or getting it elsewhere.
We had to share dessert - was already so full... but the chocolate marquise was rich and delicious. The licorice ice-cream was flavorful, delicate and a nice contrast to the heavy chocolate.
The service was okay, but had to ask for water and drinks on two occasions.
We got a voucher when we left for a complimentary High Tea, so we look forward to coming back for afternoon tea.
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