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The bistro-style menu caters for a range of palates. Start with a contemporary take on avocado ritz – prawns dressed in basil pesto with lemon panna cotta and rocket salad – or try the thinly sliced beetroot carpaccio topped with parmesan and splashed with a pomegranate reduction.
Main dishes of Italian classics include a subtly seasoned seafood risotto of prawns, calamari, smoked salmon and baby tomatoes, which comes recommended, along with a slow-cooked duck ragù with truffle-scented pasta.
Bistro dining wouldn’t be complete without a sugary ending, and chocolate fondant with orange ice cream is hard to resist. A beautifully plated sticky meringue pavlova with vanilla cream and fresh berries is also tempting.
An extensive selection of top wines, ports, sherries and bubbly are kept at optimal temperatures for the local climate. Expertly mixed mocktails are also available for non-drinkers.
Wait staff don’t miss a beat, paying close attention to what’s happening in the kitchen and at their tables.
Choose one of a few tables outside to dine al fresco, or venture inside and head for comfortable booth-style seating at one end of the restaurant. The space is mostly white with hints of colour to brighten the mood. Lunch is a quiet affair and perfect for a family catch-up.
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