Pomegranate opened last year in the site formerly occupied by The European and before it Art Expresso.
A stylish and welcoming décor, teamed with good food and efficient service make Pomegranate a nice spot for a special meal.
There’s a regular menu and changing entrée and main specials that include…
Scallops, asparagus and seafood tortellini with a
pomegranate sauce $24
Entrée special – Prawns and Eggplant $24
Mains such as…
Baby Hiromasa Kingfish with braised leeks and carrot and Dijon mustard dressing $31 – very delicious (particularly the braised leeks and carrot that carry most of the flavour)
Main Special – Eggplant stuffed with slow cooked lamb and rice, with spices and yogurt dressing $29 ( not as good as other choices)
Other good choices for mains that have been recommended by other are the:
Spatchcock, marinated with mild chilli paste and spices served withbaby veg & cracked wheat pilaf $31
Chargrilled Cowra lamb cutlets, served with potato salad and cacik $30
Confit Duck leg with celeriac puree, sautéed spinach and
pomegranate sauce $32
Wagyu Striploin with mash potato, exotic mushrooms and beef jus $33
If you are planning to order a couple of courses, then it would be worth considering the $58 pp banquet to enjoy the experience of a number of dishes.
MezzePlater Humus, chilli ,eggplant dips, pickle veg, with bread and assorted olives
Zucchini and Fetta Cheese Fritters with garlic yoghurt dressing
Smoked Rainbow Trout Croquette , garlic ,yoghurt mayo and Tabuli
Chargrilled QLD King Prawn with avocado relish, rocket and radicchio salad
Chicken breast, mildly spiced, sliced with Dijon lime mustard dressing
Chargrilled Cowra Lamb cutlet
Baby Hiromasa Kingfish with braised leeks and carrot
Leaf salad – Mix of Radicio, cos lettuce heart, Roquette & tomato slice, dressed with Dijon Mustard
Sekerpare – Almond, Semolina pastry soaked with honey syrup, served with Tahini, Helva & Cardomon ice-cream
Corkage is $14 per bottle, and wine is $9 per glass, or starts at $38-$40 per bottle.