To be fair this place looks gorgeous and has a fantastic view. The food also looks good, but we wouldn't be able to tell you anything about it, because after being treated in the most obnoxiously rude manner I gave ever experienced in Australia I made the call that our party of three adults and four children would leave and spend our money elsewhere. I don't pay to be humiliated. Perhaps we breached some kind of etiquette but from the moment we arrived our waitress was sharp, humourless and put out. She did help to pull to tables together, but clearly this was a major inconvenience as she was so irritated she hit the table of a neighbouring diner with one of the chairs and did not apologise to him. When pulling the tables together she was startlingly obviously irritated by our children. I would point out that this was on a Wednesday mid winter and the dining room was half empty. It's quite hard to express this in writing but we were made to feel so unwelcome I decided that it would be better just to go. I was actually scared of the waitress and did not confront her directly when she asked " are you leaving? Nothing appeal on the menu?" I did suggest to another member of staff that they would be best to put up a sign to indicate that children aren't welcome and that this was the worst service I've experienced. I heard that people come to this place from Sydney to buy their produce. We went across the road to the warm and welcoming Red Door Cafe and had a much better experience. Maybe the waitress just didn't like children. But I would really expect a lot more out of a place marketing itself as sophisticated. You can't expect people to pay to be scared!
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