A friend and I saw this restaurant in the entertainment book and decided to give it a try.
It was a busy little place with a good atmosphere and we were able to get a table with no booking (it was a Wednesday night).
We ordered 4 share plates of BBQ prawns, mushroom arancini balls, triple cream Brie and beef cheek croquettes. The food was all very nice and good portion sizes.
With two glasses of wine each our bill came to $100. However when we went to pay and use the entertainment book, we were told that we hadn't ordered from the correct part of the menu and they wouldn't honour the voucher so we'd have to come back again.
This was despite the fact that ordering four share plates was more expensive for us than ordering two 'main dishes' and would have cost them less to honour the voucher (by giving us $14 off our bill rather than $30+).
Pretty poor business practice and two lost customers who would have returned. I never recommend supporting restaurants who have this attitude. There are too many other great places with great food and service.
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