Great location, but dull interior. Our third visit, for lunch, after 2 dinners, was not memorable. Service was acceptable, but the menu has not changed from the uninspiring brunch/lunch/dinner printed cards. We shared the 'Ploughman's Platter' ($31.00), which lacked imagination. We wonder if the chef has ever had a proper ploughman's lunch! Previously, 2 dinners were disappointing They were high priced (no mains under $36.00) for average food (steak and pork). Our Irish coffees ($14 each) were sadly lacking, as well.
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