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Lunch Sat-Sun noon-3pm
Dinner Thu-Sat 6pm-10pm
Algerian chef Pierre Khodja brings Maghreb flavours to the Mornington Peninsula at this unexpected gem in the new-look Flinders Hotel. Beyond the bustling deck and public bar, the dining room's decorative carpet, artworks and hand-picked roses are an apt setting for Khodja's ornate plates and attention to detail. Black cumin bread comes with hand-churned butter and olive tapenade, all made in-house. There's a strong local emphasis, from the wine list's welcome focus on the peninsula's producers to fresh seafood, filleted and dressed up with preserved lemon, chermoula and a crust of smoked pepper. At times the kitchen's ambition might overwhelm the diner, as with the three-way roast lamb and its circus of chutneys, purées and sauces. At others it will charm and excite, as with the Turkish delight soufflé, a pink, frivolous confection that would be a standout creation of any restaurant, anywhere.
2 courses $69, 3 courses $89
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