An interesting restaurant - well set out inside with tables on the decking beside the water.
Were unsure before arriving when we saw " live music " advertised. No real issue because of where you dine versus the bandstand. Not sure it is worth having live music whilst dining ?
Found the Maitre de somewhat militant but our waiter was quite helpful. Although not extensive, the wine selection was excellent, with many quality MargaretRiver wines available. Average prices were $30 to $40.
Was fully booked, which in this region does tend to slow down the " wait " time.
Oysters Kilpatrick were very disappointing - drowned in a strong sauce mix.
Salt and pepper squid was first class as an entree. Two main dishes were also disappointing - lamb shank was undercooked with very little mash or else on the plate.
Not being certain of their standard, one of our guests decide to have a small grilled fish and chips as opposed to the Barramundi.
For $18 the plate consisted of a tiny piece of fish and a plate of chips. No salad at all.
We enjoyed coffees and two of us shared the Sticky date pudding. Quite dry but we did request a serving of Caramal sauce to moisten the dessert.
Certainly an excellent venue however it would seem some dishes are not given much thought.
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