All reader reviews by mcnott

Petersham Nurseries

We dined at this quirky restaurant a few weeks ago. It was a cold January Saturday and we arived around 2 pm for lunch. Service was efficient and served by wellington clad young ladies. The menu is what I would clasify on modern verging on bohemian. Food was decent except for the steak which my 11 year old ordered and was as tough as an old boot - it was just inedible. The scallops were tiny and few and overwhelmed by the polenta. The vegetable soup was very much to my liking and very wholesome and with a good helping of with barley. The wines seemed organic. The setting is great but not to everyones taste. Food on the day was on the dissappointing side, some what like the nursery on this cold winter's day. Will I go back - yes! But I suggest to get there early early .

Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Overall rating 6 stars
Food 5 | Service 7 | Atmosphere 9 | Value for money 3

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