Came for Sunday lunch recently. Have been several times before and generally have liked the food and wine. However, it is beginning to get seriously overpriced for what it is. I am always annoyed by the pushing of sparkling water to begin with - before you've seen the wine list and come to grips with the fact that mineral water will cost you $11 a bottle. Starting to be common practice in upper end restaurants but still annoying. Then there's wine by the glass at $12 - or $19 a glass if you opt for the reserve or vintage wines. This is perhaps understandable in a restaurant that cellars their wine, but in a winery, for your own wine it is a bit rich. The food was OK. Eye fillet was good as was ocean trout for mains. Children's menu lasagna was a very small square of not stunning lasagna with some steamed vegetables (bland), but at least at $14 it was 'reasonable'. My other gripe was that the waitress informed me that my $42 main would not be very substantial and I would thus need to order sides. The baked potato gratin was in a ramekin and was a not particularly appetising grey/brown colour and varied in texture from dry on top to sludgy underneath - another $9. Desserts were generally good. I think the standard of food has fallen a bit, but the prices have stayed high. Could do better and could afford to be slightly more generous.
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