I started off with a cauliflower and leek soup with a swirl of pesto. It was a smooth and slightly creamy soup, nicely seasoned and flavoured. It could have done with being a few degrees warmer I think but the cooler temperature meant that the hungry belly was fed more quickly!
Steve had the bruschetta and the bread was crunchy on the outside and nice and doughy inside which is my preference. The tomato topping was zingy and fresh. So far, simple but effective.
Steve went with a braised lamb ragu with olives and orrechiette. This was a very generous portion for under $20 and pretty flavoursome too. Rich and hearty he had to leave a bit!
We were in and out quickly. Service was friendly enough but efficient so it was what we were looking for.