Deery's Restaurant and Smokehouse

Deery's Restaurant and Smokehouse, Kangaroo Point
It is better late than never! Well, when it comes to blogging it seems that I have a cycle of stagnancy (due to work obligation) and the engine starts to rev again when I have some free time...

Mr and myself visited Deery's Restaurant back in February for early Valentine's Day celebration. With the in-laws looking after Grace, we took this opportunity to treat ourselves to hopefully some good food and let's see how our visit went at the Deery's.

One of Mr's favourite food is oysters and we ordered some that night. We went with both the natural oysters and the Kilpatrick version (for me). They were indeed fresh and lovely, and Mr was so satisfied (he certainly wished he ordered more!). Another of Mr's favourite is duck liver pate, and when he saw that on the menu, he could not resist it at all. Poor me, just watching him devoured the whole pate of his own and he was just smiling throughout.

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Oysters - natural and Kilpatrick
Sourdough with dukkah
Pork belly lettuce cups 



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Duck liver pate

Not missing out on entree for myself, we also ordered the 'Pork Belly Lettuce Cups' which came with asian slaw, tomato and chilli jam. I love it! It was well balanced, and the lettuce and asian slaw added some freshness to the pork belly. 

Now to our mains... My weakness is definitely 'Leg Duck Confit' and I can never say no to it. Apparently in Chinese culture, we are not supposed to consume duck meat when you are pregnant (not sure why), but I still went ahead with it which I did not regret at all. The meat was so tender and flavourful. It was a perfect dish for me pairing it together with morcilla sausage, mash, lentils and orange marmalade (a hint of it). 

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Leg Duck Confit

Mr's choice was the 'Rib fillet' cooked to medium, paired with potato and rosemary terrine, peas and bacon, with his usual mushroom sauce. Again, another excellent meal from Deery's and Mr could not be happier.

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Rib fillet

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Good chips!

We were certainly very full after our banquet at Deery's but luckily we had to walk some distance back to our car. Parking there can be quite miserable at times and we had to go a few rounds to find some street parking. The service at Deery's was attentive at first but once they got busy, it was sometimes difficult to get the staff's attention. 

PS: We used the entertainment book voucher and looking forward to visiting this place again in the future!


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