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Lunch Fri-Sun noon-3pm
Dinner daily 6pm-9pm
Even if you're not staying overnight, this feels like a dreamy escape to the country - whether it's for an apéritif by the fireplace or lunch outside amid the perfume of gardenia hedges in full bloom. A European-inspired menu puts beautiful local produce front and centre, Mooloolaba spanner crab, for example, with rustic curds of cottage cheese, a little zing of lemon purée and tiny, fresh peas. Service is relaxed yet informed - not a moment's hesitation in suggesting a wine match from an ample European-accented list. A deceptively simple-sounding snapper dish is extraordinarily tasty, having been steamed in roast-squid consommé, and draped with fine ribbons of pickled leek and radish. The tried-and-true choc-mint combo has been given a sophisticated makeover: dense chocolate truffles with the lightest of mint sponge, green rhubarb, avocado jam, and ice-cream made from Maleny milk under a cocoa shell.
2-5 courses $75-$125
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