We’re ticking things off, our #2013AdventureResolution is in full swing.
Last week on one of those really hot days, where the winds were blowing sand off the beach and the ground was scorching your feet we decided that lunch at Vue Street Bar was in order.
The first thing on my mind was trying a local cider, the Forbidden Fruit Cider was wonderfully refreshing.
With so many wonderful options on the menu, the $25 per person (minimum for 2) chefs choice would be fabulous, but J was pretty set on the Sliders and so I got to pick two other options for us to share. So I picked the dips (humus and baba ganoush) and the tempura prawn cutlets.
The dips were home made and delicious, chunky and the bread that was served with it was like a thick pita. Crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy in the middle.
These prawn cutlets were heavenly, the crispy batter on the outside was a delicious addition to the firm, succulent prawns. Perfection on a hot summers day.
Then last but not least the moist, creamy szechuan steak sliders. I was nervous about the steak, after being a vegetarian for so many years, I was still yet to eat a steak, but these fell apart in your mouth, the delicious slaw that compliment the flavours perfectly were just wonderful. The fresh floury buns, the perfect house for these tasty morsels.
While the food was delicious, and I can’t wait to go back to try more, I found there to be too much salt for me, a minor critique after the fabulous array of options, I can’t wait to go back and try more.
How do you feel about salt in a dish? Are you a steak eater?