French in name more than nature, despite the accent of the maitre d' . More brasserie than restaurant, with noise levels to match. Perhaps a Saturday night leading into the madness season is not the time to appreciate a hotel. However I was disappointed by the atmosphere - the noise is incredible and I don't like having to shout a cross a table for two. The red wine was served at about 30C which is a real pity for bottle costing what it did. My wife enjoyed her lamb - and, Tuppy, slow cooked lamb is always going to take 50 minutes. My salmon was OK, but nothing to rave about. The service however was excellent, well paced and attentive without being overdone. So mixed feelings about this one. On the other hand it is ceratinly no worse than other highly rated "French" restaurants in brisbane such as Montrachet. So if your local you might want to try it, but maybe ona weeknight. Bon appetit ! BTW all of those reviews emphasising SPEED of food preparation may have missed the point of French cooking.
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