This establishment wants to give off a fine dining vibe, and I can't really say one way or another whether it truly succeeds. Difficulty getting a pram into the main restaurant, we had booked a table and advised a baby would be present but had been allocated a table upstairs despite this. Was changed to a downstairs table with no problem at all. Were later moved to a table outside with our meals when they arrived as the baby was crying and I felt uncomfortable with this as I felt like she would upset the other diners' ambience and experience. Nice setting outside undercover. Staff very courteous and helpful. High chairs available, unsure about baby change table.
Corn fritters were quite good, looked like a smaller serving but allowed room for dessert, 2 x fritters with side salad and bacon. Good but not fantastic.
Creme brulee for dessert was slightly disappointing, but a bit too egg tasting for my liking. The Choco Chilli tea was an interesting experience!
Was very busy for lunch (we were there for 11am brunch) a large table of perhaps 20 had arrived so obviously popular but more suited to an older clientele maybe? (I'm early 30s).
Very, very matchy matchy decor and uniform, a bit kitsch but cute at the same time.
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