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Published March 27th 2012
Perhaps pictures should speak for themselves, but I'll chime in with my two cents anyway. This "small" antipasto platter cost under $20 and was an absolutely delightful surprise. The green olives were absolutely gigantic, the prosciutto entirely fresh, the bocconcini was beautiful and I have only gorgeous memories of the eggplant, roast capsicum and other delicious aspects of the platter.
The only criticism - albeit minor - was that the eggplant wasn't drained terribly well, so it was a little bit oily, but it is difficult to bring delicious food very quickly and have it be adequately drained. Needless to say, in my culture we mop up any oil with bread so that was a task I quite happily bestowed upon myself.
The service was wonderful, the food itself delicious and the atmosphere was clean, with a tolerable level of noise - perhaps it was slightly fancy, too. It wasn't dinner time at the time, so this was just a snack. I thought it was quite delightful overall!