What better place to take someone from overseas to have ribs and steaks. The last time I walked past here looking for dinner they were fully booked until 9:30pm, so this time I definitely made sure I had a booking. Even coming here around 6pm, the tables were filled quite quickly.
Lamb ribs (half rack) + rump steak (200g)-$49
Pork ribs (full rack)-$59
Beef ribs (full rack)-$49
Each rack came with a side, we chose salad
The ribs were really tender without being drowned in sauce. I loved the pork ones the best with the super long bone. The lamb had a nice hint of citrusy flavour. They also give you bowls of water with lemon to help wash your hands.
Rump steak (300g) with mash-$28 and Portuguese sauce-$4
Even though we ordered a cheaper cut of meat, the actual beef quality was really good, so the rump steak was super tender. Shouldn't have ordered that sauce since it was too spicy for me, but we wanted to try something new. Next time will stick with the good old mushroom sauce. The sauce was quite. Mash was decent, not overly buttery or rich.
MWC Magnus: Amarula semifreddo, rooibos tea jelly, apricot marmalade and butter milk rusk-$15
This is by far the most expensive ice cream I've ever had. It was super small as well, but they didn't judge us too much even though we shared this between 5 people (just one bite per person). Couldn't really taste any of the amarula alcohol in it or the tea jelly. The flavours sounded interesting but generally quite subtle. It had different textures which was quite interesting.