The venue is quite similar to that of The Winery, offering an outdoor section complete with vines, umbrellas, and white linen lounges. Inside on their first level is a number of long tables to seat around 10 people for a scrumptious sit down meal. Upstairs is a more of an open plan area, but more seating and also a patio. Conveniently, there are three bars located in each area.
On the menu is an array of share platters and having experienced the antipasto and cheese plates, I can only assume the rest are winners. The spaghetti is to die for, the burger melts in your mouth and the salmon is cooked to absolute perfection. The pizzas are enough to feed two or three, toppings possible could use a bit more love but the selection of flavours hits the spot.
There is a never ending list of wines and bubbles, which are all on my to do list as this time I stuck with the cocktails. The sangria could have use a tad more red in it, tasted like creaming soda however the lychee martini is to die for.