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The Miso Mushies was a mix mushroom styles with edamame and spring onions, poached egg and super crispy enoki on a brown rice crisp base.
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The famous Berry Donut Van is an institution. So many people make it their first stop in Berry to grab a freshly made hot cinnamon donut and a coffee.
The fish and chips had a decent sized piece of battered fish resting on a bed of chips with a pot of tartare sauce, a wedge of lemon and some peas.
The Affettati Misti is the Chef’s hand picked aged and cured meat platter with Italian condiments and cheese. It’s a great combination.
The bacon and egg brioche roll was impressive. It had plenty of crispy bacon, a nicely cooked egg with a great runny yolk and bourbon BBQ sauce.
The most stunning dish of the night was the Chorizo Jam, Duck Egg and Pico de Gallo taco. The bright yolk of the duck egg stood out on top.
The Spicy Chicken Soft Shell Tacos had plenty on them. The tacos held everything together well and they had great flavours that we both loved.
The stunning French Toast was topped with whipped ricotta, a whole poached pear, fresh berries, rhubarb compote, passion fruit drizzle and an almond crumble.
The rock was covered in golden crispy batter covering perfectly cooked fish. It came with a side of tasty chips and a tub of tartare sauce.
The Mustard and Pickled Burger was a bun filled with grass fed lean juicy tender beef, Dijon mustard, pickle, tasty cheese, salad and relish.
The full rack of pork ribs arrived with a side salad and chips. They were melt-in-the-mouth tender and the Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce was perfect.