Sunday, May 15, 2005

Melba Brasserie Revisited

Service: Somewhat impersonal service does not detract in this very pleasant venue
Food: I really cannot recommend the smorgasbord unless you want to pig out on oysters, prawns and crabs. Although the

Peking Duck and the pasta dishes are very good the main courses sit too long and are tired and totally lack distinction.
The a la carte menu is much better. I could not resist the delicate tian of crab avocado and salmon roe - a super entree. The sirloin with a rich slightly lemony Bernaise sauce was as good a steak as I can remember!
Wine: You can drink cheap or expensive as you wish

Price: About $120 for two

Comments: A place to go if you want to be able to talk and have a good meal

Score: 14.5/20

1 comment:

Elliot and Sandra said...

March 07 Greatly improved presentation and better range of food than under the Sheritan Towers Worth 15/20 now