|the lovely front door|
|the light in the front verandah|
|green and leafy front garden|
Interestingly, they had linen table napkins, but paper table-cloths. And very sensible too! My lean friend is on a special eating plan (to do with health rather than weight), so I indulged alone in main and dessert while he stuck to a main. You can see why he is lean, and I am mmm...not. He ever so sensibly started with a pot of tea while I had a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
|such a pretty little pot $4|
|I love a good glass of Sauv Blanc. $13|
|delicious crunchy potatoes with mango chutney aioli $12|
|Wild Barra with kale and chickpea salad $33|
|lamb fillet with sweet potato crisps $35|
|petite rosewater and lychee brulee $8|
The chef brings an interest in Indian food to his dishes, so there was a slight leaning to exotic spices and Indo-Pacific hints. We both enjoyed our meals, which were well-cooked and tasty. The Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, every day except Sunday night.