Service was great and super friendly. The bread was just as good as it was. The wine kept coming. Steve had a good quail starter with the most delicious mini Scotch egg. I enjoyed the pork belly he had last time. Other things on our table were the meatballs, some oysters and another crab souffle and there were sounds of appreciation from everyone.
Main courses again hit the right spots. My spaghetti Bolognese was a great spag bol - meaty and tasty with a good tomato tang and great value at $19. Steve enjoyed his lasagne but prefers a meatier filling whereas this one was more prosciutto and mushroom but no real complaints and he finished with a clean plate. Other appreciated dishes were the veal, baby chicken and the Scotch fillet.
Everyone commented that the food was delicious and well priced (including a friend from Hong Kong who is used to great food and dirt cheap prices) so it's a great place for a group. Wine is also good value.
The dessert continued to please and Steve and I shared a millefeuille filled with creme patissier and livened up with a scoop of mango sorbet and some passionfruit sorbet. It tasted to clean and fruity it almost felt healthy. Unlike the sticky date pudding which Christine made noises over!