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Dined here on a Sunday evening. Casual vibe, friendly efficient staff, nice outdoor area. Interesting menu although felt wine list was a little limited for a bar, particularly red wines. Food was good but not as flavoursome or interesting as we were expecting from previous...reviews. Will be back to try some other dishes.More
We found Jose Jones, a couple of months ago, and have become regular visitors ever since that very first visit. The atmosphere is first class, the staff are attentive and friendly and the food is always nothing short of spectacular. I have just had a...ravioli with roasted tomatoes, snow peas, beans, broccoli and churriso sausage and it was superb....other meals that I have had, on previous visits, have been superb as well. We usually eat here Sunday lunchtime and, at 2pm, they have live music (solo accoustic guitarist) which is always great listening....If the sun is not out just ask the staff and they will even make that happen 😁😁
Keep up the good work guys and girls... you are a breath of fresh air in the Thirroul culinary scene and well worth the drive, up the distributor from Mt. St. Thomas on a Sunday afternoon
A night out for dinner with five friends. Quite a variety of food to choose from. Most of us chose the beef and beans nachos from the blackboard menu. Very enjoyable.
We dined inside the restaurant as it was a colder night however it would...be nice to dine outside in the courtyard on a warm night. Waitress Ella was first class.More
I ate lunch here with my mum recently. 3/4 way through the meal, my mum thought there was some type of vegetable skin in her goats cheese pasta. Upon investigation we found a brown paper napkin in the pasta sauce. As I gathered myself form...this nausea inducing discovery, I noticed my fish tacos had bright blue parallel lines along the soft taco wrap bread. I took the napkin out of the pasta and spread it on the side plate to show the waitress. I also showed her the mystery blue-lined tacos. She took the plate with the napkin to the kitchen, as well as the tacos. She returned with tacos, put my plate back down in front of me, and explained that the chef said “all the tacos are like that.” She left my plate with me, and apologised for the napkin-pasta, saying “it must’ve blown in somehow and they didn’t notice it”. The chef never fronted us, and we paid full price for everything. As someone who works within the food and wine industry, this situation was handled appallingly. Do not trust the cleanliness or attention to detail with the food in this restaurant. I will not be returning.More