We visited 1918 on a Thursday evening, and the food was very good and well presented, (barramundi, tenderloin and pasta), however side orders of veg etc can only be ordered in portions for 2 diners, which is not great if the diners don't both want the same dishes!
The restaurant seemed to lack co-ordination service wise - there was no greeter or maître d' and whilst the serving staff were pleasant, we had to go and find a waitress to order additional drinks, and no enquiry was made as to how our meals were, until I was paying my bill - way too late to rectify any problems with the food had there been any.
The restaurant is cosy and intimate, in a beautiful old house, but why oh why does the outdoor seating area have cheap and nasty picnic chairs which spoil the effect? Such a pity!
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