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  1. my husband was skeptical and i’ll admit that i shared in that sentiment. we needn’t have worried though. we were blown away. sea scallops - buttermilk, cucumber, coral on toast - super-fresh seafood, and the coral tasted like a dream. kangaroo tartare - warm spices, charred eggplant, sardinian flatbread - hubby thought it was pretty good. we loved that it was chunky and had texture and that it was not a smooth paste. the flatbread overpowered the tartare though, and we concluded that eating the meat by itself was the way to go. cucumber and melon salad - this was just ok; it didn’t really grab us. but i did appreciate the combination. boer goat - the other superstar was the goat which was cooked low and slow and served with a tomato saffron sauce, new potatoes and cilantro. we thought this was awesome; that the smoking process lent a nice char on the exterior and moisture on the inside, and that it was not stringy as goat can oftentimes be. there are lots of seriously interesting potables on their list, especially the sherries and orange wines.
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