Overall, i had a pleasant meal. The starter was diver scallops with a brown butter truffle vinaigrette and parmesan shavings. The vinaigrette was perfectly executed, and the scallops were perfectly seared, crispy on the outside. The main was a creative take on gnocchi, pan fried to a crispy texture with four cheese sauce and shaved truffle. Here the four cheese sauce lacked a bit the pungent flavor of gorgonzola or ricotta, but still a pleasant dish. To finish, sorbets- salt caramel, which was delicious; chocolate orange, lacking a bit on the orange; and amarena. The menu has a series of starters including bruschetta, wood fired pizzas, a number of salads, pastas including classic ragu bolognese and cinghaile pappardelle, and a number of mains including lamb shank and seared tuna. The wine list includes many Italian classics and wines by the glass, and there are plenty of cocktail and beer options. In all, an enjoyable meal. A 3 course meal with wine runs between $80-100 per head.
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