Superbly located providing excellent views over the Jamieson Valley. Food is superb. Prices comparatively are a little expensive but well worth it for a special occasion.
Breakfast was delicious - there was plenty of food, an amazing fruit platter and great value for money. I highly recommend it.
Hubs and I splurged and ate here for dinner. Total for 2 with 2 courses each, a glass of wine, 2 scotches and a coffee = $212. What I suggest is getting the 2 courses, and then splitting the entree and the dessert- each having your own main. I had the barramundi which was cooked perfectly- crispy skin, tender and... More
We ate here when staying at the hotel. Though I'd recommend the hotel, skip the restaurant. The minimum order is $85 per person for two courses, which is what you'd pay at a top Sydney restaurant with incredible food, service and decor. The scallop entree was watery and tasteless and served with strange and bland accompaniments I couldn't identify -... More
Went for lunch and were met by very friendly staff who were very attentive and gave excellent service, meal was fantastic and the views are superb.
We had lunch there on a sunny day. From our table near the window, the views of the escarpment and beyond were impressive. The menu was not too long and the food was good - between us we had the lamb and the barramundi, all cooked and presented to a high standard, notwithstanding that the serving sizes are on the... More
We booked for an evening meal and were seated initially in a wooden floored, balcony area that was cheaply decorated, poorly over-lit and a bit crowded. We asked to be moved into the main restaurant area where there was only one other table occupied and the space was nicely decorated with subtle lighting and a fireplace - heavens knows why... More
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