Having been away for a few years when a friend and I were getting together on a recent visit I was delighted when they chose this restaurant, it is hard to beat the view. But the food is always a reliable standard and also adventurous enough to keep you interested. We both had main and dessert. They had the duck confit, which pleased us both (huge duck lovers) and I chose the Barramundi, so beautifully cooked, crisp skin and moist flesh cooked to perfection. We also ordered the hand cut chips and aioli which were scrumptious, crisp and golden on the outside and fluffy potato on the inside. The aioli, also good as it was not overwhelming in the garlic front like most seem to be these days. The desserts were hard to pass up so we did not, I had the mandarin pavlova (meringue with a little cream, mandarin jelly, mandarins and a beautifully light mandarin sorbet - delicious. My friend had the chocolate delice which did not disappoint this chocolate lover. Come time for coffee, the machine had broken down but it was dealt with swiftly and professionally by acquiring them from the gallery cafe, it did take a little longer, but we were forewarned. A lovely lunch. Not cheap, but with the view, worth it.
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