Since the hospitality shake up hit some restaurants around town are sticking with a feed me menu to take the guess work out of ordering. As patrons are more understanding and appreciate the fact that venues are trying to get back on their toes, we see certain venues only offering a set menu. While this could be perceived negatively, from our experience (of trying each one on the list) it’s been relaxing to leave the choice in the capable hands of the chefs. As every venue is looking to attract locals back you can rest assure not one is skimping out, in fact there is some great value offered to diners.


Take your pick from the small and large plates. The larger banquet is great value including dessert and a cocktail. We recommend the Crying Tiger from small plates and Beef Massamun as of your choice of large!

5 dishes $59
6 dishes + cocktail $79


The Pilot menu is a ten-course degustation style menu for $120pp. The menu takes guests on a journey through seasonal produce and quality meats. This is the only menu available from Wednesday to Saturday. On Sundays they offer a shorter Sunday Set menu for $70pp.

10 course dinner $120pp
Weekend Lunch $70pp


 A set menu for $70 per head for 7 courses plus rice and a dessert! While the offering is everchanging, all the goodies are included such as bao and dumplings before a very generous mains like curry.

8 courses $70pp

Les Bistronomes

Start with bite size goods such as the Escargots or oysters, work yourself up to entrée of pork  belly or trout before heading into the larger plates with the option to share from their iconic for 2 range featuring Duck a L’orange or Beef Wellington. Select dessert on your own accord.

3 courses $80
4 courses $90
7 courses $100

Tipsy Bull

$80 pp with 3 seatings available on weekends 5pm, 7pm, 9pm and 5.30pm & 7.30pm on weekdays. While there is a set menu it changes weekly so you don’t tire of it. Menu items such as house ravioli, Sweet corn gruyere croquettes