The best thing that Toast & Tonic have done is employ a fantastic creative writer to work on their menu. Every drink and food item has been described using great imagery. Unfortunately the actual dishes that arrive at the table fall short! We had some of their signature gin and tonics. Didn't taste any different than the gin and tonic you could serve up at home. Visually though, the story was different. The glass, basil/coriander encased within the ice ball and the little tag with the name of the drink on it were great touches.
The truffle fries though tasty didn't really have much of the truffle aroma and the beef toastada was yummy but the beef bits were really a measly amount. The kokum infused shrimps were a little bland.
Although the lighting, ambience and the bar area is attractive, the food doesn't really warrant the price and portion sizes are not great either. High point of the evening was reading the menu!
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