If your main idea is for wine tasting, this 'wine surf' bar may be perfect for you. Do not mistake it for a place for a meal, even if the employees present that they do offer food an encourage you wholeheartedly to stay. The food is mini snacks and appetizers that are presented on the menu to look like something more substantial at $18 for a flatbread with eggs and bacon and aragula. It's more like eating a large cracker with a single poached egg and bacon bits. 3 glasses of wine, a bowl of onion soup (quite tasty), 3 broiled prawns with a tiny bowl of risotto, and the cracker & egg came to $92.... OUCH! How do locals really find a 'local' place without having to pay exorbitant tourist prices? Service was very slow on the flatbread... came after my mate completely ate his prawns (first) and then soup.
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