Almost, almost… One more post to go for my Adelaide’s food post.
Another farewell dinner, this was for me and the another friend, we had it at La Bonne Table (128 Wakefield St, Adelaide, SA 5000).
Left: Extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar to dip with the bread.
Right: Oyster Plate, Natural (a dozen – AUD19). My first time had fresh oyster in Adelaide was last year in September, this was my second time. *SLURP*
Left: L.B.T crispy skin chicken in sweet soy glaze (AUD6), it’s nice but a bit too salty for me, still it’s not bad, heard that it’s a must-have when you’re there.
Right: Don’t remember what’s this, a type of pasta dish. According to my friend, it’s rather loaded in expensive ingredients, can be a bit too much of good thing in a plate.
Left: 250gm MSA sir-loin, saute potato, Roquefort butter (AUD27).
Right: I ordered Grilled Salmon, saffron and crab risotto (AUD26), this is nice, just a little bit too much of saffron and the salmon is a bit too small, we’re a bit shocked with the size actually hahaha…
Left: Crumbled pork rib eye, calvados glazed apple, roasted new potato (AUD26).
Right: The menu. I found the menu a bit confusing, need to take time to really look at it carefully to understand the categorization on which is what.
Overall, the food was good loaded with a tad too much of expensive ingredients, price was average for place like this. Environment was great too. It can be rather stuffy because of the high ceiling on a hot summer night.