We went here for a nice dinner. It started nice, with the chilli kilpatrick oysters. Even though there was some shell grit in them. It then took a turn for the worse. I had the mussels in a tomato sauce, they were rubbery & the sauce wasn't that great. My partner had the barramundi with cous cous, he said it was nice, but not the best. A little disappointing given its great location & potential. Just a heads up, it doesn't seem to have air con, which was fine for us but I could imagine it wouldn't be that nice in the middle of summer.
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