Friday, July 31, 2015

Mediterraneo (Albert Park) 07/2015

 Still looking in!
Although it's sign announces that it is a charcoal restaurant it struck us as being a pretty normal sort of all round place. Inside there are a couple of large bull fight themed modern murals. 
A small bar is surrounded by plain wooden tables. No BS about this place.
Although the glasses do carry a symbol of the restaurant. (Does this reduce theft?) 
Food is uncomplicated
The menu included a couple of soups
A grilled marinated quail on wilted spinach, portabella mushroom with a butternut pumpkin puree.
A variety of steaks and venison, cooked more or less as requested, with lots variety in sauces and mustards.
Venison Involtini Espanola
Hahndorf venison fillets stuffed with pan-fried tomato, olive and chorizo,
wrapped in prosciutto and served on potato mash. Rather dry and disappointing - no flavour of venison at all.
The also offer grilled sea food.

There is plenty to choose from but we're not likely to try it again.
 Score: 13.5/20

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