Price start at $35 for 2 courses, $40 for three and $45 for 4 courses.
Given that my dining companion was under time constraints (oh the burdens of work) we were advised that 3 courses (cold entree, hot entree and main) would be the quickest way of doing three courses so we decided to follow the advice from our super efficient and slick waiter.
We were served a platter of olives, picked veggies, almonds in a yoghurt dressing and a pine nut dip which was like a smooth hummus and incredibly delicious. We also had some warm bread. The 4 little dishes worked great together as the almonds provided texture, the veggies were sharp and lemony and the pine nut dip salty and creamy. Yum!
Spatchcock came with an eggplant puree and some black chilli. I enjoyed the juicy chicken but Stefanie fund the spices a little too overpowering.
The fish was meaty and perfectly cooked and the lamb was just amazingly delicious. We couldn't finish everything and found it exceptionally good value for money.
Stef rushed back to work but I enjoyed the relaxed environment that I treated myself to some me time and had a pot of tea and read a book. I felt very comfortable and looked after whilst seated alone.
As I left the restaurant I caught sight of Treagan from this year's Masterchef series working hard in the kitchen! If my lunch is anything to judge her by then she is a great chef!