Went here with some overseas relatives, basing my decision on the nice website photos.
The location definitely did not disappoint. Perched on top of a cliff face you can see down to the valley below.
Service was warm and adequate as well. The two servers at front were more than capable at handling the customers (a busload of tourists arrived just after us and they still managed to serve us well and heated up our baby's food).
Where I felt this place let us down, was the food.
Soft shell crabs were covered in thick, gloopy batter. You can get better versions at any of Sydney's small sushi bars.
The Reuben sandwich: please do a research trip to New York City and visit any of the Jewish delis to taste a real Reuben. That dry meat sandwich does not resemble any of the reubens I've tried.
And did somebody in the kitchen spill a container of salt on our fries?
The food left everyone very underwhelmed.
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