kalamata olives

Zinc Restaurant and Lounge Bar

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Prosciutto and Sage Wrapped Chicken Supreme

(semi dried tomato scented baked polenta, sauteed medley of cherry tomato, kalamata olives, capsicum, roasted garlic, balsamic and thyme jus)

★★★☆☆

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Honey and Seeded Mustard Coated Pork Tenderloin

(braised fruity red cabbage, charred peach chutney, truffle scented cream braised potato, pink peppercorn and lemon espagnole)

★★★☆☆

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Beer battered Fresh Market Fish

(potato chips, summer salad with rock melon, lemon and remoulade sauce)

★★★☆☆

Overall:

Lovely food, service and atmosphere.

Zinc Restaurant and Lounge Bar

53-61 Macrossan St, Port Douglas, QLD

(07) 4099 6260

http://www.zincportdouglas.com/

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DakDak Cafe

Unit 2, 1-3 Bignell Rd, Moorabbin 9532 2749

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Bartholomew’s Baked Eggs

Lamb, spinach and pine nut sausage, free range eggs, sautéed spinach, kalamata olives and feta cheese in a tomato and herb sauce, served with buttered sourdough toast

= ★★

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Vegorama

Poached free range eggs, homemade hash brown, avocado, sautéed mushrooms, over roasted tomato and truffle hollandaise served with buttered multigrain toast

= ★★

Overall:

I loved the retro vibe that this garage-turned-cafe had going on! A small powder blue caravan served as a kitchen, industrial shelves and recycled furniture filled up the place, bright green artificial grass covered the floor, and there was Volkswagen memorabilia everywhere (which was expected as this place is named after the signature stuttering of the Volkswagen engines). Service was friendly although it took a while before our orders were taken, and then much longer for our food to arrive. This unexpected cafe (as is it located within Moorabbin’s industrial area) is a comfortable and quirky place to hang out, but they need to up their game a tad when it comes to service times.

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