I had never thought of the Wesley Anne as a place to eat. It has great music and is kinda hip, kinda alternative and the kinda place you want to be every Friday night.
In between bottles of red wine, we started with a rustic plate of pickled vegies with a fantastic carrot and almond dip and great bread.
For mains we shared a crispy-skinned barramundi with mint, zucchini, king size cous cous and a mild butteriness to it. The fish was super fresh and perfectly cook.
We also tried the porcini pasta with truffle which was al dente and moorish.
The risotto was a bit bland but the duck and rosemary sausages with mashed potato was great.
I don't know why I am surprised but the chef here pulled out a few winners.
The candlelit atmosphere inside and the outdoor area outside are the best.