We were immediately struck by the open ambiance. The dining area is very spacious with funky long hanging lights (some of which looked a little like elongated metallic glowing ET fingers), large floor-to-ceiling windows ran the entire length of the restaurant and accents of pretty white flowers in long, thin white glass vases were scattered throughout. Parallel to the wall of windows sat an open kitchen unit stationed where patrons can observe the chefs working away.
For the main, O-reagano ordered the grilled steak piadini, which came with stracchino, oven dried cherry tomato and truffled rocket salad. This dish looked so good our neighbours nearly got whiplash when they eagerly turned their heads to take a look at her plate. One look at this picture and you’ll see why.
We then veered our spoons over to the coconut chocolate pot de crème with macadamia nut chocolate cookies. The pot de crème could be described in a similar fashion to a shampoo commercial: soft, silky and smooth. In between spoonfuls of this we nibbled at the cookies. As O-reagano said, “there are cookies, and then there are really, really good cookies.” These ones, with their chewiness and chunks of white chocolate, fell into the latter category.