We came here for dinner with the other night, and the place was buzzing (it was a public holiday). The decor was very nice (both indoor and outdoor) and they have an open kitchen (completely open from all sides) which gave the place a nice casual feel.
We had a 7pm booking and when we arrived we were told to wait at the bar while our table was being prepared and that it would be ready in a couple of minutes. It wasnt until 7:25 or so that we actually got to our table, and then it took another 25 minutes or so before a waiter took our order. The overall service itself was quite disappointing, and when we wanted to ask for the bill, the waiters/waitresses would keep walking past our table, avoiding all eye contact. Bear in mind, it was a public holiday and they were probably understaffed.
On to food, and this was such a contrast to the service. The menu selection was quite impressive, with a range of small plates, entrees, mains, food from the grill and I think our eyes were definitely too big for our stomach!
To start, we ordered three share plates and an entree to share the raw kingfish salad and the best gnocchi Ive ever had are a must. For our mains, we ordered the pork cutlet and the scotch fillet. The steak was really juicy and tender and definitely recommended to those looking for a good meat dish. To finish up I had the chocolate tart, and my wife ordered the passionfruit creme brulee. The crme brulee is a must and is one of the best brulees we have both had.
Apart from the service, the food and the decor are big ticks in my book and I would definitely recommend this place for anyone looking for a nice special (but also casual) place to eat.