Located in the old Gibsons City Flour Mill (1865) and reconstructed in 1985 is now this lovely restaurant serving tapas type food. The menu is extensive and the food very tasty and not overpriced. We had grilled oysters with grated manchego cheese and leak, yummy pork and lemon croquettes, mushroom arancini, delicious fried eggplant, goats cheese,honey and rosemary, delicate spanner crab and prawn, avocado, chipotle aioli as nibbles. Then a more substantial goats cheese semolina gnocchi with a pesto and tomato puree - delicious. For dessert we shared a roasted wattleseed and macadamia ice cream with roasted white chocolate and frosted macadamia and a chocolate lattice - fabulous. All of this for 2 people for $70 plus wines. Terrific value for a casual meal.
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