Thursday, 7 January 2010

The Sebel Restaurant, Launceston

We dined in the restaurant of our hotel last night and had a lovely meal with a very professional service.

We started with a shared plate of prawns that were cooked with an Asian influence and had a light lemongrass flavour.  These were accompanied by noodles and Bok Choy that had a Soy and Honey based dressing.  A nice dish.

For mains I had the Fish of the Day, which was Tasmanian Salmon, which was accompanied by a light lemon flavoured Risotto that was a little overcooked and not as flavoursome as what I have become accustomed to (NB: Jane makes an excellent Risotto).  The meal was okay, but not great.

Jane had a beautiful beef dish that had a light anise flavour and she thoroughly enjoyed.  From the taste I had, I could imagine that I too would have been very happy with it.

We then followed this with a variety of nice dessert dishes.

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