Saturday, July 28, 2012

Peppered Prawn, Woden ACT

Peppered Prawn

Food: 3.5/5
Atmosphere: 3.5/5
Service: 3.5/5
Cost: $$$

  • Good location, plenty of parking (central Woden)
  • Great service in general
  • Excellent starter, entree and dessert menus - varied and lots of options
  • Good wine selection
  • Clean and neat dining establishment
  • Couldn't understand the waiteress due to a strong Polish accent
  • Wasn't asked if my wine required a top up
  • Tables are too small
  • Japanese Oyster Shooter - so many elements completely balanced with the freshest oyster
  • Hungarian Mulled Wine - aroma of cinnamon and cloves
  • Aranchini - plump, cheesy balls of goodness
  • Soft Shell Crab - batter was light, crispy and non-greasy
  • Bailey's Creme Brulee - smooth, creamy and the Popping Candy was fun!
Bloody Mary Oyster Shooter - Tomato juice, vodka, worcestershire and tobasco.
Japanese Oyster Shooter - Wasabi, soy, mirin, pickled ginger, sake and rice wine vinegar.
$6.50 each

Bread Plate - Wood fired Italian Vienna served with a macadamia and chilli dukkah, and local extra virgin olive oil

Hungarian mulled wine (specials board)

Aranchini - Handmade parmesan aranchini balls served with spicy tomato relish

Zucchini Flowers - filled with prawn and scallop mousse, crisp fried in a light batter served on a rocket salad with balsamic reduction

The prawn and scallop mousse. Delish!

Bouillabaisse - French seafood stew with fish, prawns, mussels, tomatoes, provincial vegetables and spices served with bread and rouille


Soft Shell Crab - lightly battered, crisp fried served on a green papaya salad with palm sugar dressing
$26.90 (main size)

Bailey's Creme Brulee - cold set creme brulee with popping candy and chocolate gelato, served with a shot of Bailey's Irish Cream

Tawny Port

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