Friday, 30 November 2012

Restaurant Review: The Deanery

Location: 13 Bligh Place, Melbourne
Phone: 03 9629 5599
Cuisine: Modern Australian
Overall Impression: 7/10
With an extensive wine list that you can be assured has been cellared appropriately, The Deanery has quite the reputation as a wine bar. 

Jamon Serrano
House made pork & chicken sausage, apple risotto
The food served is also of a very good standard. 
Chargrilled octopus, calamari, saffron potato, chorizo
Half roast duck, baked potato, burnt orange sauce
With Robin Wickens (Interlude) as head chef, the menu features well-executed Modern Australian fare. 
Passionfruit Bombe Alaska
Keeping with the wine-theme, the dining room feels like an old cellar – dimly lit, wooden furniture and exposed bulb lamps. 
The Deanery is an all-rounder, boasting both a solid wine and food menu which also happens to be very well priced. The service is equally as impressive. The staff are helpful and knowledgeable. 

The Deanery on Urbanspoon

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