Tuesday, February 15, 2005

La Madrague


Introduction: Tucked away in the industrial part of South Melbourne this restaurant is 'in your face' French.

Ambience: French

Service: A little slow to start but reasonable
Food: I could find Criticisms but the tastes were excellent Onion soup was all Cheese and onion - no soup, the large ravioli stuffed with sea food very good, the salmon cooked to perfection, the sweet cuts of beef tender and tasty.

Wine: Modest range

Price: About $120 for two

Comments: Will definitely come again

Score: 16/20

1 comment:

Elliot said...

Bastille day - July 14 was celebrated with a special, limited choice, set menu dinner which was outstanding. Each dish including the gorgonzola souffle, the cassoulette with sweatbred, the duck with chestnut paste, the crepinette of cheek and the fish was a taste and textural sensation. This meal confirmed my previous view of the quality of La Madrague