Hell of the North was on my mind for couple of weeks, especially for the good deal that the 5 tasting courses menu are posted out. Is it very affordable and it doesn't leave the people unhappy for their choice.
The restaurant from outside it would attract your attention for the Yellow door color, and the interior are a good mix of withe, brown and black.
The courses are served all with side dishes (chips, salad etc...) that are design to balance the flavors of the main meal, without overload the palate with strong flavors.
Also, an important role in this restaurant is played by the staff, well trained in take care of dietary requirements and into provide good customer service. Nice and friendly, able to suggest and drive thru the menu if you are not confident with it.
The best meal of the $65 pp it was the vegetable mix, with labne and wild rice, this plate was outstanding. All the other courses were nice too.
The Azealia Nebbiolo 2010 was delicious, and it is on the extensive wine list.
The wine list and cocktail list express a wish to bring the customer into a different track, providing good products(wine selection) and passion( service&cocktails).
Now couple of things that on my opinion could make the restaurant more outstanding above the near by competitors.
1) The first suggestion could be a good idea to remove the paper napkins.
2) The second suggestion is regarding the extensive wine list. Is it a bit hard to read on, but It has a great selection of white and reds.
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