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The chilli salt crispy school prawns was a generous plate of small golden prawns and a nice aioli for dipping and the obligatory lemon wedge.
The “Simon Says” was made from chicken breast, avocado, crispy bacon, salad, relish and herbed mayo. This combination was a winner.
The delicious nutella crepe was a large round crepe spread out flat on a plate and slathered with a thick rich and generous spiral of nutella.
The charcuterie board had a selection of tasty meats and cheeses - along with olives, fig paste, walnuts and plenty of crackers and toasted bread.
The curry puffs had mixed vegetables cooked with fragrant curry powder all in puff pastry and served with sweet chilli sauce.
The Goats Brekkie was toast dazzled with extra virgin oil, scrambled eggs with goats cheese, shallots and tomato chutney. It was a substantial tasty serving.
The food at Reccolab is delicious. They also now have aperitivo here too so ithere are even more reasons to visit this lovely Italian oasis.
The classic cheese tart was very light - not the heavier baked New York style. It was a light flaky pastry and a delicate dessert that tasted good.
The lovely Halloumi Stack had sautéed baby spinach, portobello mushrooms, a pile of halloumi and poached eggs all on toasted soy linseed sourdough.
The waffle burger was a mountain of vanilla bean gelato, fresh strawberries and bananas, and oozy Nutella sandwiched between two perfect waffles.
The Prawn Pad Thai had rice noodles, egg and homemade sauce all topped with a pile of prawns, bean sprouts, lemon, crushed peanuts and chilli.