I took two friends for the 6-8 setting as so many restaurants need to turn around two sittings - the food is tasting plates and it was recommended we'd had two to three each - - we seemed to choose a lot of meat dishes and there only seemed to have two or three seafood/fish dishes. We chose 7 but as the recommended last course was huge - slow cooked brisket with accompaniments but again with more bread - think we could have chosen four plus that. The waiters do "fly" and I think we should have asked for more help to get a better balanced meal result (our fault). Memorable was the old Riesling we drank (2002) by bottle and by glass and of the food I would recommend the goat, the baked aubergine, Baked beetroot and the slow roast waygu brisket at the end of menu could be a main course easily, with the baked cauliflower. I thought the charcuterie plate was pretty ordinary in its presentation and didn't like the suspended grain bread and thought the meats could have been presented with more respect with more pickled vegetables to cut the fat taste of the charcuterie. We did run late so no time for desert as our table was required at 8 and we were respectfully asked to vacate and we were given our half bottle of wine to leftover to depart - would I go again yes. Bill for three was $300 with two bottles of wine - very similar to Chiswick Sydney although their menu slightly better and a little more expensive.