Newest Review: ... thought we would give it another go. As it was a sunny Sunday afternoon in August, the place was packed--usually a good recommendation. ... more
Member Name: blondieviks
Date: 19/07/02, updated on 19/07/02 (148 review reads)
Advantages: Friendly staff, Good atmosphere, Good Quality Food
Disadvantages: Not good for fussy kids!!
Just a quick guide to this resteraunt:
While this pub/resteraunt is not big in size it homes a very cosey atmosphere, especially in the evenings. The resteraunt is old fashioned wood made. There are a number of tables and booths, however you still seem to have your privacy from everyone else. The lights are dim, though not so much that you cant see! A number of small fireplace create a very romantic ambience, and Candles on the tables add to this.
The Menus in Rushcutters are not the usuall books given to you by the waiter staff, they appear on large boards situated around the resteraunt. This is because the ever-changing range of dishes would cost a fortune to keep reprinting, sometimes this gets annoying, but it depends on who writes the menus on the board, sometimes the writing is neat and clear, however other times it can be a bit messy.
The service here is not what I would call lightning, however it takes time to prepare food properly, and not just microwave pre-cooked food, the staff are polite and always happy to help.
4: Quality of Food
Although I have only been to this resteraunt twice, I havn't had a complaint yet. The food is always of high quality and has a lot of time and effort put into it, attention to detail really shows. There are plenty of vegetarian options, and they are happy to slightly adjust a dish according to your tastes.
5: All Round
This is a great place for intimate dinners and for family meals, although if you have perticularly fussy children who refuse to eat anything that doen't vaguely resemble a McChicken Sandwich, you may have a problem finding something they will like.