Husband and I went here on a Friday night after I finished work. I booked a day or two before.
It was really busy and as mentioned in a couple of the other reviews it was a bit noisy. I liked our spot close to the front and the kitchen, but it's probably not the place for a romantic dinner.
I was very tempted to have a steak but in the end I chose the twice-cooked duck with orange pepper sauce. Husband chose the Cape Grim rib eye (400-500g) from the specials board. We weren't sure how big the portions would be so we also ordered a rocket, pear and parmesean salad as well.
My duck turned out to be a whole leg quarter plus an extra drumstick. It was served with a decent amount of mash and a few greens. It was lovely and tender, really delicious. I didn't really notice the sauce being particularly orange-y but it was very tasty.
The rib eye was absolutely massive (around 2 inches thick!), and cooked to perfection - medium rare. Crispy and charred on the outside, pink and tender in the middle. It was served with some small roasted potatoes and a few greens.
They were both pretty big, meaty serves and we didn't really need the salad, but it was nice to have some greenery to break up the meat. The rocket, pear and parmesan salad (dressed with balsamic vinegar) was delicious, and somehow the rocket was tastier and less peppery than most store-bought rocket.
We both really enjoyed our meals and were so full at the end we couldn't have fitted anything else in.
It's certainly not the cheapest restaurant around (and I do love a cheap and cheerful meal too) but in comparison to the other steak restaurants around (especially the Ball & Chain a few doors down from Rockwall) I think it's worth the occasional expense.
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