Went to the SG before a Pirates game. Not the cheapest but delightful food. I tried the three course combination (which I would recommend) of Tempura shrimp, spicy cucumber, soy, wasabi emulsion and local microgreens; avocado & crabmeat tian, crouton, spicy mayo, cucumber, tomato red onion and chilli oil; filet mignon, creamy whipped potatoes, broccolini and blue cheese. My counterpart had the filet mignon main meal. I'd say mine were half size meals so quite filling. We both had the West Coast II Wines. With gratuity it came to about $130 between us. The food was very nice, especially the crab/avocado tian. The wine was a bit of a disappointment for a wine related restaurant, but the food more than made up for it.
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