Why we went: This bar and restaurant was recommended by our student daughter who lives nearby.
The ambience: The restaurant is in two converted wooden cottages. One contains the bar, the other the restaurant. The kitchen is open and visible from the restaurant which is small and busy. The decor is artfully dishevelled chic. I understand the paintwork is touched up by weta artists to look old.
The Food: a selection of tasty, fresh tapas dishes which are shared. We liked the prawns, fried haloumi and crushed potatoes.
The Price: Not cheap. Although the dishes themselves are around $15, it takes a fair few to fill everyone up.
The Bar: Had some nice cocktails. I liked the pomegranate martini.
Overall: A great night out
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