We went on a bit of a splurge here - had the Prix Fixe menu and added onto that. Everything was delicious except for the mains! To be honest, we probably ordered poorly as it was the type of food we eat at home. The Wagyu beef was $100 and it was good, but we live in Australia, where Wagyu beef is raised! The trout and truffles - $70 - was ok - admittedly I dont have that quality of truffles at home, but still, I was slightly underwhelmed... when you pay $170 for a main alone you expect magic, but it was still good. The rest was delicious - desert is my thing that makes or breaks the dining experience and I had Grandma Stroobands flourless chocolate cake - it was very good. The fun here is trying to break down what a the mystery ingredients in the courses - apple, vanilla, pate and other yummy unexpected ingredients that pop up. Emmanuel Strooband was a very polite host and came to have a chat to each guest. I think the Maitre D thought we were a bit common for his taste, but the rest of the staff were lovely and helpful. Expect some posers and everytime someone walks in you will check them out to see what they are wearing and if they are famous, but all that aside, (and that is fun anyway) I would recommend.
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