It is the first time that I try kangaroo meat. At first I was a bit hesitant between trying something that I am sure will be good and something that is new (and signature for this Australian restaurant), in the end i decided to take an adventure, so I ordered Kangaroo. The way it is cooked is quite similar to beef stew, with carrot and zucchini.
It is quite hard to judge this dish, as the kangaroo meat has some kind of raw smell even though it is well cooked. The meat is tender, but the smell really disturbs me. I guess it is like lamb, no matter how well you cook it, there is this rawness that cannot be eliminated. Anyway, after a while I get used to this smell, and it starts to taste good. The gravy is very rich in flavor.
What actually surprises me is the crispy bread stick that served along with this dish. It is so light and crispy that it melted my heart the first bite I took. And more amazingly, crispy as it is, it won't fly crisps around like snowflakes when u bite.
The dessert is not so sparkling. Though it is well done: cherry stuffed cake is warm n soft with a crispy skin, it just couldn't stun my taste bud. The vanilla ice cream tastes quite "childish" in that there is no depth to the taste. Besides, it is really difficult to eat with fork n knife.
Service is good. Waiter/waitress receives signals instantly and serve with good patience.