This is a small but very comfortable restaurant. The furnishings are all wooden which gives the place a homely feel and this is enhanced by the personable staff, who do their best to make one feel welcome.
The menu is quite limited - not so the wine list. The latter contains a good selection of wines and assorted beverages, some quite unusual. With regard to the food menu, there were a number of 'tasting' items on offer. These are individually priced, that is, you pay according to the number you order.
There were only 4 mains on offer and as we couldn't decide which to pick, we opted for the 'feed me' alternative at $65 a head. This gave us 7 plates (4 tasting plates, one main and two small desserts) selected by the chef and based on the day's specials. Our selection included baby capsicum, calimari tubes filled with minced pork, goats cheese zucchini flower, duck croquettes, cold dressed mussels and spatchcock with beautiful roast potatoes and mushrooms.
All the offerings were made with the freshest of ingredients, were very nicely plated and absolutely delicious. We were fully sated without feeling 'full'.
The only criticism we have is that one of the desserts - 'sorrel flavoured sorbet' - just didn't work. Put simply, it was a poor finish to an otherwise lovely meal.
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