Stephen Downes reviewed us for the Herald Sun.
Hare & Grace’s onion soup ($16) was considerably simpler and an absolute ripper. A deep bowl contained four small braised onions, marbles of very soft white dairy protein billedas “gruyere gnocchi” and a few hair-thin snippings of onion tops, on to which was poured an exquisite clear soup.
Three or four choice bits of the best yabby tails I’ve eaten – offering terrific crunch and strong characteristic flavour – lay on a thin square of buttered and toasted brioche (“yabbie sandwich”, $22) with bits of black tomato and snippets of various greens. Sticking the yabby bits to the toast was an excellent “crustacean” mayonnaise.