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Long House Seafood Serves BBQ Seafood.
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We enjoyed a fabulous dining experience here and it was a busy Sat night! The food was divine! Started with gorgonzola & rocket bruschetta - never had that anywhere else and it was yum. Then we enjoyed the most amazing caprese salad I've had outisde Italy - tasted just as good as it looked. We then tucked into the most mouthwatering prawn and calmari fritti - unbelievably light, crispy and tasty batter (and I'm no batter fan) surrounding the most melt in your mouth calamari I have had. Words cannot describe how much we enjoyed this dish! And finally we had the crabmeat risotto - a beautiful, subtle and tasty blend of flavours that was a delight with each mouthful. We enjoyed our dinner so much we returned a few hours later for dessert and we were not disappointed - they make their own gelato and it is fabulous. The staff was accommodating, super friendly and efficient. Although very busy due to multiple sittings, we never felt rushed or just a number on a conveyor belt. The aircon was a blessing on a very humid night and the atmosphere was lively, inviting and relaxing. It is not a cheap eats destination but it is worth every cent and it was a pleasure to tip. Will most definitely be returning and spreading the word - this restaurant is a little gem!

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