This popular establishment has a very attractive dining room with high ceilings and a lively bar along one side of the dining room. I started with a very capable linguine with nicely cooked chanterelle mushrooms and spinach (15/20). This was followed by an attractively displayed fan of slices of rare yellow-fin tuna, in the centre of which was a roll of pappardelle pasta containing decorative twigs of rosemary (15/20). The passion fruit soufflé was capable rather than inspired, the outer layer cooked just a little too much, though the filling had excellent flavour (14/20). Service was good, and both bread and coffee were fine. A very pleasant overall experience, though prices are a little high with main courses at around $34.
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