Landscape is a glamorous and special room - all dark and black with spotlit landscape paintings on the wall. A wine room with the 'best' on the wall.
Staff were friendly and warm (no pretention) and very helpful.
The menu is local and very impressive. The waitress explained which wood was on the fire tonight because it imbues the meals with flavour - wine barrels and local cuts.
House bread with full cream butter to start - magic.
We started with prawns with wagyu oil (four prawns beautifully and smoke fully cooked) and rice crusted calamari. Stunning flavours. Main course we had steak (again smoke cooked) and tomato base fish stew (salmon and white fish and mussels). The side order of cauliflower with fontina, dates and macadamias was the standout - it was absolutely spectacular!!
The wine list is truly a bible - one to be worshipped and praised. While we contemplated the $1800 Grange Hermitage we settled on a Tasmania pinot that was gorgeous.
Next to us was a Chinese family (we imagine staying at the Henry Jones Art hotel which the restaurant is part of) with a 2 year old. She was playful yet silent. This is the sort of place where even a 2 year old can't ruin the ambience!!
Was a very special evening to end our Tassie trip and well worth the expense (~$260 for two people, two courses, one bottle of wine).
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