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The Pan-Seared Baby Red Snapper, perfectly cooked witrh slightly crisped skin, had stir-fried seasonal vegetables and cream dill sauce.
The Coconut Lime Prawns had King prawns sauteed with sweet chilli jam, lime juice, coconut milk, ginger and garden vegetables.
The French toast was nicely presented, topped with strawberries, maple syrup and caramel sauce and it was a thing of beauty.
This was a massive full rack of sticky US style BBQ pork ribs in house made dry rub, slow cooked for 8 hours to perfection.
The corn and zucchini fritters had three fritters loaded with rocket, avocado, two poached eggs, tomato relish and salsa verde.
The delicious betel leaves were beautifully presented and topped with king prawn, shredded coconut, pomelo, chilli jam and caviar.
The Breakfast Mezza included eggs, labneh, sujuk (a spicy beef sausage), haloumi and cut vegetables amongst a few other items.
The Cajun chicken tenderloins were delicious and huge with crispy batter on the outside and succulent meat on the inside.
The coffee brulee was a big, layered dessert with brulee, coffee cream and sponge cake which was eagerly devoured.
The amazing Tahini Eggs were served on a piece of flat pita bread and topped with falafel, cucumber and fried chickpeas. Lovely!
These Green Eggs came with smashed avocado, rocket, two nicely poached eggs and basil pesto all on toasted sourdough.
The slow cooked chilli lobster was just one of the many great selections that was part of the great seafood platter for two.