We ate at the bistro which has some tapas on the menu as well as some similar items as the restaurant. Both have the same kitchen. Fir entrees we had the Peking duck, seared scallops and Harrisa king prawns. All 3 were top quality and reasonably priced at $9 each. For mains we had a ginger tofu stir fry, served with Asian greens, and swordfish with pumpkin, rocket and pine nut salad. The swordfish was fresh and superbly cooked. The deserts were also excellent. Overall a great dinner for just under $100 for two. Drinks were from the bar and well priced. Service was friendly and efficient.
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