January 24, 2005
Then menu is probably best described as modern. It has a range of dishes, including their ever-popular signature dish, the mudcrab omlette. The waitress promptly brought over some complimentary bread and pesto and a small hot soup taster for each. I ordered the prawn entrée, which came with dill mayonnaise and crumbed (hot) avocado. This was a very generous entrée-size portion. I then received my main meal, which was steak with confit garlic and verg gourmet-style chips. The main also came served with another surprise, which was a delicious bowl of mixed seasonal vegetables tossed on butter. My dessert was the best ice cream ever served on brandy snap baskets. The ice cream was so rich and creamy and homemade.
The service was prompt and not overly friendly. I would love to go back to Two Small Rooms; however, their prices restrict me as I’m a student. The steak was around A$35. My small gripe is this it’s situated on a main road, so peak hours are not the best times to dine.
From journal Brisbane: Eat and Drink, but not on the Ferry