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by Yin-Yin Ow (subscribe)
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Published July 27th 2012
Could A Mad Hatters Tea Party Take Your Fancy?
It is easy for one to drive past Inque on Greenhill Road without noticing the restaurant. Housed within the Air Apartment complex, access is via a separate side entry located on the left of the main entrance to the apartments.

Upon taking the lift (or stair if you prefer) to the first floor where the restaurant is located, we were warmly greeted by the friendly waiting staff.

We decided on trying Inque's tasting menu which consisted of nine dishes:

Shucked oysters
Shucked oysters - These were fresh and simple with a squeeze of lemon juice


White anchovies, parsley, shallot, ciabatta
White anchovies, parsley, shallot, ciabatta - The salty anchovies went well with the thin toasted ciabatta


Pork cheek and neck torchon, mustard, leaves, mayo
Pork cheek and neck torchon, mustard, leaves, mayo - These little balls contained pork meat that must have been slow cooked to render such amazing texture and flavor


Chicken liver parfait, sherry, toast
Chicken liver parfait, sherry, toast - The amount of toast given was not adequate for the amount of parfait. However, more toast was quickly offered by the observant waiting staff


Slow poached hens egg, miso butter, asparagus
Slow poached hens egg, miso butter, asparagus - This was surprisingly tasty, punctuated with the crackle of what I can only describe as "salty rice bubble


Pulled pork pancake, pickled cucumber, hoisin
Pulled pork pancake, pickled cucumber, hoisin - Presented in an Asian bamboo steamer, these tasted similar to Peking Duck - I could easily have eaten a few more


Braised Angus shortrib, onion soubise, smoked bone marrow
Braised Angus shortrib, onion soubise, smoked bone marrow - The highlight dish of the night with meat that falls off the bone and melts in the mouth. The onion soubise was delicious too.


Green beans, lemon, nut butter
Green beans, lemon, nut butter - Side of green beans to accompany the braised Angus shortrib


Rhubarb, lemon curd, yoghurt, meringue
Rhubarb, lemon curd, yoghurt, meringue - Visually appealing, the dessert was unusual with lots of contrasting textures - the dominant taste of sourness could be better balanced with some extra sweetness


At $48 per person, the tasting menu is a fantastic option to sample the range of dishes Inque has to offer. The service is impeccable and the dining experience relaxing. Inque is an ideal spot to hold a function, celebrate a special occasion or just to have a casual breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Parking is also easy with free car parking just outside.

Inque also holds themed dinners once a month which ranges from "Mad Hatters Tea Party - Molecular Extravaganza" to "Venetian Masquerade Cocktail Party". These are special events where food is matched to wine.
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Why? Good food, great service, themed dinners, relaxing atmosphere
When: Lunch (11am-2pm), Happy Hour (4pm-6pm), Dinner (6pm-9pm), Brunch (9am-4pm), Closed on MON all day and SUN nights
Phone: 83777776
Where: 220 Greenhill Road, Eastwood, SA 5063
Cost: Small plates: $3-$13, Larger plates: $24-$38, Sides: $6, Sweets: $12
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