Getting at table at 6.30pm was no problem. We were promptly seated, and and asked if we had a voucher - which we did not. As it progressed through the night, it seemed like most diners had a Groupon/Scoopon voucher for the seafood platter mains and a bottle of wine.
We were content with the a la carte menu, of which we chose the Crispy skinned salmon fillet on a mushroom cous cous ,tomato salsa and minted yoghurt. Salmon was quite a large portion, cooked perfectly with a crispy skin. The cous cous underneath was enormous, with a scattering of enoki mushroom throughout. Couldn't taste the mint in the yoghurt, but the combination of the cool yoghurt with the salmon together make it smooth and refreshing to eat.
|Crispy skinned salmon fillet on a mushroom cous cous ,tomato salsa and minted yoghurt ($26)|
|Mixed platter of Northern Territory barramundi fillet,soft shell crab,prawn skewer,calamari served with garden salad ,chips and homemade tartare sauce ($25)|
For dessert, we tried the Sticky date pudding served warm with ice cream since its a staple Aussie treat I haven't had for 6+ years :) It came out promptly - a large hot slice surrounded by large amounts of toffee syrup. Quite tasty but was more like a dry version of a date cake, and not as moist as I was expecting. The toffee syrup did help, but with all that sugar, it'd better make it great! Ice cream was just the regular vanilla ice-cream, would have been better if it was vanilla-bean but that's just me being picky.
|Sticky date pudding served warm with ice cream ($9)|