Foodie Destination, Rick Stein Restaurant,
NSW South Coast Food Trail.
Matthew Parris, (Foodie) The Times UK columnist “writes:
“Spectacularly sited on a headland with the pacific ocean all around, this hotel and restaurant is proof of Australia’s changing food culture and of a new swagger to the NSW south coast. Overseen by Rick Stein, Bannisters restaurant Mollymook is a memorable place to eat.
…Australia is about the best place to eat seafood. I began with oysters Charentaise, a mix of charcuterie and local rock oysters from the nearby Clyde River. None of that just-a-squeeze-of-lemon stuff here – this was bullish cooking in the confident Australian style, a bit of Europe, a bit of Asia and all of its own.
To that end, the Bannisters (NSW South Coast) menu offered steamed abalone with ginger and spring onions; lobster Thermidor; and flounder a la meuniere. A magnificent spicy, sticky Singapore chilli crab laden with garlic and coriander was brought to the table with a fine grilled fillet of snapper. All spectacular.” sainsburysmagazine.co.uk
Rick Stein Bannisters: Ph. 4455 3044. Web. bannisters.com.au
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