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Great spot for a sunset photo.
They have an Asian/Middle Eastern inspired menu and a modest, but satisfying wine list, with wines starting from AU$25 A bottle.
Full table service from very attentive waiters.
We tried this place which is the restaurant in Mantra on the Esplanade. We were not mightily impressed.
Calamari for starters was good. The lam shank was perfect and falling off the bone. The Thai red duck curry was positively inedible, accounting for the poor...More
Had a number of drinks at the Telegraph but decided that we would have a light lunch as we were going out for dinner that night. The trio of dips was quite good but just needed a little more bread to help finish the dips...More
We visited while staying at the mantra and wish we hadn't. I ordered fettuccine carbonara and requested no mushrooms - well the dish arrived filled with mushrooms. Once the staff responded to us we were offered a free drink to compensate - given I asked...More
Ordered a steak, to be cooked med to well. Ordered fries with it. Steak was not cooked, it was cold. Fries arrived 10 mins later. Left 80% of the steak as not edible. Not a single person came to our table after the delivery of...More
We stayed at the Mantra on the Esplanade, where The Telegraph is the hotel restaurant. We ate here for each of our 3 evenings as it was easy and offered good food. Menu choice was a little limited so additions of specials each day was...More
Like Lamb Shanks? Telegraph. Like Red Duck Curry? Telegraph.
That's what we ordered at the Mantra Esplanade refurbished restaurant, "Telegraph Eating House" from an eclectic menu from the main menu. Next time we will also indulge from the extensive entree menu.
Staff were prompt, polite...More