Although La Scala is somehow classified as some sort of a fine dining establishment, the character is actually quite lively due to its combination of modern premium lounge like dcor and its family friendly atmosphere. On one section there is a large high communal dining table perfect for catching up with friends for great food without being overly formal, and on the rest are normal dining settings which blends into its original structure, making it feel like you are having dinner at someones house.
The staffs are incredibly polite, attentive, and friendly. The service was also very quick: our starter came in a matter of minutes with the rest coming in a timely manner.
For entre, we ordered cured king salmon share plate. It was very fresh and the beautiful ingredients (goats curd, pea mousse, and caviar) came together to make a very beautiful, mouth-watering dish.
As for the mains, we ordered a plate of king prawn lumaconi (pasta), a pan-fried barramundi, and a scotch fillet. The barramundi was the clear winner for my table that evening, followed by the scotch fillet, and the pasta for its reasonable quality. All had reasonable serving sizes.
We finished with a zeppole: Italian doughnuts with nutella and vanilla custard sauce. This was a perfect finisher and of the right amount of sweetness.