long walk to fish shop potts point totally worth it
family friendly - with a kids menu available most of the table seating were taken by families with small children the chairs are actually tall looking stools so we saw a child fall off but he survived (phew!)
fairly large selections of wines to match your freshly prepared dishes of seafood wait staff gladly goes through the list of specials posted on the board
scored a private bench for two complete with assortment of herbs and spices and sauces and forks
not to mention, a newsletter styled menu
fried prawns special with creamy mayo sauce eaten with crunchy shells and mini prawn legs and tiny prawn eyeballs and little prawn brains intact extremely addictive
snapper simple, not overly large serving sized but cooked amazingly soft and tender and topped with a tremendously generous serving of tomatoey based sauce
the cheeseburger when it came, wasn't huge it wasn't stacked tall and impressive it looked ordinary BUT meat is juicy cheese is cheesy (just right!) bacon is flavoursome pickle is balancing mess free eating cup of hot thick cut chips tops off this dish
after a satisfying meal filled with fishy omega three goodness we decided we needed some calcium bring on messina
standard messina cartoon theme at darlinghurst messina
cup of persian rocky road and coconut mango sounds so different unfortunately both flavours tasted the same!
messina desserts one particular item peaked Lamchop's interest because it was named after a smelly skunk from a cartoon she watched in her childhood ...which I had never heard of Delighted by this fact, Lamchop was super keen to tell me all about this skunk for the rest of the night while giggling from her fond memories of this cartoon. From what I gathered, I think the skunk is french...