The latest dining project of Philip Johnson and Mary Randles is The Terrace by e’cco, adjacent to the parent bistro in Haven Newstead, offering fresh South East Asian flavours in casual Australian style.
The chic spot will be the place to be for those looking for a cocktail and casual dining experience, with full table service, that will transport guests back to balmy nights abroad. Philip along with Head Chef Gert Pretorius has designed a niche menu that will pay tribute to South East Asian cuisine consisting of share plates and small bites that will purposefully compliment the carefully crafted beverage list.
On their newest venture Mary Randles says, “The Terrace is the cool, little sister of e’cco and our guests will definitely see that reflected in the ambience and menus. We have created this special spot to be one where people can grab a quick bite and drink and be 100 per cent satisfied by it in every way.”
The dishes cover all bases in terms of exotic palates; expect to dine on Pork San Choy Bow, Steamed Barbecue Pork Buns, Betel leaf with prawn, Massaman coconut beef curry and to finish a tantalising dessert of Char grilled pineapple, kaffir lime with coconut sorbet. Philip and Gert have foreseen that guests will have trouble choosing without wanting to order the entire menu, so have therefore created Feed Me set menus which contain a chef’s selection of favourites for a minimum of two people to enjoy. The Terrace will also offer Oyster Happy Hour, letting guests indulge in the freshest $1 oysters, to their heart’s content with a beverage purchase from the bar.
As with all things e’cco, The Terrace has also been bestowed with a cool list of cocktails to match the medley of small share-plate flavours. Concoctions such as Happy Endings consisting of Four Pillars gin, pampelle, pineapple, lemon and sugar or Sleeping Tiger made with Vodka, elderflower, mandarin, bitters and egg white will be perfect for a post work knock off or a lazy Sunday afternoon with friends.
The Terrace opens for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Sunday.
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