Visited here for dinner passing through the area. Started off with the seared Tasmanian scallops which were interesting on the palate served with the cauliflower puree. I moved on to the Argentinian prawns which have a good spicy undertone but are not overwhelming and have a mix of capsicum and onion along with clams . My husband had the Hellenic baked lamb which was cooked perfectly and fell apart when a fork came near it. The feta stuffed peppers were a good accompaniment to the lamb. Dessert was churros which were dripping in chocolate sauce. The staff were friendly and not intrusive and the service was quick. There is a fairly extensive drinks menu as well as some favourite cocktails. We will definitely return if we are in the area.
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