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This confit duck leg was not only filling but a stunning dish in appearance and a stunning dish for flavour as well.
Poached eggs with lovely gooey yolks served with toasted sourdough and a side of smoked salmon - a helthier Eggs Benny alternative?
The croquetas de bacalao ahumado had four panko crumbed cod croquettes with three sauces - saffron aioli, salsa verde and mojo picon.
The hot and cold seafood platter had it all - prawns, crab, oysters, smoked salmon, fish, Balmain bugs, calamari, salad avocado and chips.
The delicious half a roasted duck was a big serving. The crispy skin peeled away to reveal tender juicy duck meat underneath.
The lovely Japanese style beef with wasabi mayonnaise - tender rib eye with capsicum, mushroom and Chinese spices.
Although there was plenty to choose from here, this good old fashioned bacon and egg roll with their own relish was delish.
The pulled pork footlong was massive. The roll had heaps of tender pulled pork topped with tangy slaw. Bring your appetite!
The biggest challenge here is what to order but they're more than happy to give you a taste of any flavours you want to try.
The polpette was topped with Italian sausage, roasted pepper, red onions, pinenuts, bocconcini and chilli on emiglia Romagna tomato sauce.
Whenever we have dumplings we almost always have either prawns or something with prawns like these har gow prawn dumplings.
The tagliatelle ai porcini cacio e pepe had the rich bitey sauce of cacio e pepe sauce with a nice thick tagliatelle pasta.