Newly renovated with choice of two dining venues. We firstly went to the Tavern but unfortunately (despite a great menu) the style and canned music was not for us. As "over 50's" a little too noisy.
Next door is the "Fine dining" Restaraunt which was more our style. With changing times, one forgets how expensive it can be. Still, you must be prepared to pay a premium for added service etc. Management seem to encourage patrons to buy wine by the bottle as the cost per glass of dry sparkling wine is $15 or $25! Beers are priced OK.
Would recommend the Korean fried chicken with pickled cucumber as a shared entree. At $24 it is good value.Actually almost a main course size.
With our mains - a mixed bag. Big red pork belly with Charred Cos lettuce at $36 is not what was expected. Tiny portion of pork & Charred cos was uninspiring. Pea & mint Risotto at $26 was OK, but the Cone bay Barramundi was very disappointing. The highlight of mains for us, was the Lamb shank & mash with a glass of Shiraz supplied. Well priced at $29. Sides are between $10 - $14. Necessary with some dishes.Sweets were excellent - around $16 each. Whilst the staff were pleasant, something was lacking - maybe a little too serious/formal? Have to say, the newly updated premises are first class.
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