First impression of The Black Swan when you enter is the wow factor. The interiors are reminiscent of 1930s art deco style decor, with lots of brass details and warm lighting. We came for the prix fixe lunch menu. My colleague had the gazpacho soup, and barramundi, which she said was excellent. I started with the radish and endive salad, which came out as a mixed green salad (no endives) with only 1 1/4 walnut bits in it followed by the Black Swan burger. The salad was still good even though it didn't have endives and just one walnut. The burger was nothing to rave about. Not sure I'll be back for lunch, but I'll definitely come back to try the happy hour oysters and cocktails. With an ambiance like this, I'm willing to give it another go.
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