This was the first week of opening following a change of title from Fusion to Kozy Kitchen. Upon arrival we found the decor to be unusual but it grew on us. It was furnished like someone's house but on a larger scale, yes it was 'Kozy' and it worked. We were shown straight to a table and the welcome was warm and friendly.
I usually have a beer whilst we peruse the menu and wine list. Unfortunately there was no draught beer and only a very limited selection of bottled beers. I can never understand why a couple of draught beers can't be available. We did order a bottle of Pinot Noir which was very nice indeed. There is again only a very limited selection of wine - about nine types in all.
The menu was not very expansive. The specials were Snapper and Grouper which are widely available as standard fare on most other restaurants menus.
The food was well priced and with a bottle of wine the damage was only $65 for two courses each.
The quality of the food was solid, nothing special but nothing to complain about. I believe we had good value for money.
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