Interesting decor, relaxed atmosphere and food presented nicely. Located just 10 minutes walk from our office and surprisingly bust for a mid week evening. We had some minor glitches with errors in menu descriptions for one of our party that was gluten intolerant. This led to some confusion and return trips by the wait staff but all was successfully resolved. If you have experienced the food scene in Melbourne, eg Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, then you see differences in product knowledge of the wait staff, but overall, very happy with our meal and the Wagyu beef was excellent along with praise for the Barramundi. In an unusual twist, they served Tira Misu. Not sure of the connection between Italy and North Africa but it was, nevertheless, enjoyable.
Went here for my partner Kate's birthday lunch. Decor was lovely and waiters were friendly, attentive and inviting. My partner decided on two entrees instead of main - she had the cod croquettes and the brika pastry. I ordered the harrisa prawns - as i was definitely intending to try some of Kate's food. The only reason we went to this restaurant was because Kate wanted to try the brika pastry and she wasn't disappointed - the brika pastry and the croquettes were both lovely. My harrisa prawns were very enjoyable - although a bit of heat would have been nice - still lovely. The beer and wine were quite expensive - so don't go here thirsty or you will need the atm shortly afterwards. Would go back - all considered was a lovely experience.
Yummy food especially the goat cheese salad and great service staff. If you are after something sweet try the orange cake or strawberry panna cotta. Great place to meet up with friends and also lovely for couples. Parking is a challenge, street parking only. Booking is advised as it's very popular.
Great brunch. Squid couscous a tad spicy but brilliant!! Come here for a lazy Sunday morning