our experience at pitch fork was pleasant and it is a nice spot to sit out in the summer breeze. the service was fine and the food was fresh and tasty with no faults or anything but neither the experience of being there or the food blew us away and we wouldn't rush to go back. For the price and compared with other restaurants in the area it would be the one we least rave about. the menu had a good choice of fish and meat dishes with some interesting flavours but we both felt that with our dishes the flavours just didn't gel that well together. We shared a share plate, had a main each, shared desert and an ordinary bottle of wine and it came to $130. Nothing to fault but not sensational.
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