This is a lovely restaurant, very convivial. We have tried to get in before but they seem to have a strict limit on the number of patrons that they will sit so it is a good idea to book. The food is subtly spiced but beautifully cooked.
For mains we had the hare (beautifully cooked and extremely tender) and the pig’s trotter on garlic mash infused with Tasmanian truffles. Desserts (Crème Brule with Rhubarb and Chocolate Marquis) were lovely, so leave space for them. Three courses for two cost us $160, wine extra. They also do a degustation menu.
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