Only opened in the past few weeks, this brand new restaurant caters for both dine in and takeaway. A lot of thought has gone into the setting inside the restaurant with a faux brick wall adorned with interesting sculpture styled frames. Spot lighting has been to set to highlight the images.
My choice was this delightful bbq beef meal, named the ‘Crying Tiger’. The beef plentiful, tasty as well as soft. Very easy to eat. A lot of effort had been put into the carrots alone, with spirals in the salad plus corrugated, chip style carrots in the vegetables. Sauce was on the side, and supposedly mild, but still a little to spicy for me. However this tender, juicy beef, did not require any sauce, with plenty of flavoured juices coating your mouth upon every bite. BBQ chicken was the other choice, which arrived looking tantalising juicy as well. Huge meal too as this honestly seemed to be about half a chicken! The photo does not depict the true size of these meals.
To finish, who can resist a little dessert. Why not try the deep fried. Ice cream…😜
Overall the setting, food quality and prices here are a winner for this new restaurant. Front of house though still requires some work and co-ordination. There appeared to be a lot of confusion with taking phone & walk in customer orders,which left the few dine in guests, sitting waiting for sometimes long periods of non service. Staff were friendly and I’m sure, given time combined with better planning, the front of house will improve.
Will check this one out again further down the track. In the meantime though, drop in when they’re quiet, I’m sure you will enjoy your meal!