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Social Eating House lives up to its name with a share-plate menu and inviting atmosphere that lends itself to conviviality. Start with something from the charcuterie cabinet or take a Sichuan-pepper hit with tempura jumbo quail served alongside a well-balanced nahm prik pla. Veal carpaccio is tempting, but the onion rings atop a grilled flank steak with roasted kipflers prove too hard to resist. Larger dishes, such as char-grilled Barossa Valley chook redolent with lemon, garlic and fresh herbs, are less adventurous but equally satisfying. In keeping with the social theme, desserts from the short but sweet menu are generous enough to share. Rich dark chocolate ice-cream elevates a milk chocolate and coffee marquise from good to great. Add attentive service to a side order of fun and a wine list that ventures beyond the usual suspects, and you could be in for a long - and highly enjoyable - night.
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