We timed our dinner perfectly to get an incredible view of the sunset - glorious! We had bread to start which was warm and tasty. The market fish (Snapper and other seafood in tomato coconut cream broth) and eye fillet (with horseradish gratin and cafe de paris) were ordered along with a side of broccolini and fries. Two sides for 2 people was unnecessary as we struggled to finish the broccolini and hardly touched the fries.
My fish dish was outstanding - loved every bit. Fish cooked to perfection, and the squid, mussels, scallops were delicate and went swimmingly with the broth. My husband didn't enjoy his eye fillet much though as it was slightly overdone and lacked flavour. He really enjoyed the gratin but was disappointed it lacked any horseradish taste. The dessert certainly made up for any lack in the main though - the orange brulee was superb! Perfect crack on top, smooth texture, balanced orange flavour and nice fizz with the sherbet. I wish I had room for one myself.
One thing I'd suggest for management - your choice of dinner music wasn't ideal for that type of setting... Las Ketchup? Last time I heard that was at the Loaded Hog ten years ago!
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