In this case, simplicity was very much key.
The décor is understated yet lovely, all wood and chalkboard and in a delightful kind of way mirrored the atmosphere and food. Everything very much goes hand in hand with Smoke Stack.
For a drink Lewis of course ordered some green drink thing that is super healthy and what not, he said ‘Okay ,bit too much apple juice’, and I (funnily enough) decided to go to the other end of the spectrum and order the … wait for it….
BANANA AND CARAMEL 5 DOLLAR SHAKE ….. because duh.
Fudge Ice cream, milk, banana and caramel sauce…. it tasted like a banoffee pie in a glass, it was lovely! I would have loved some fancy shmancy cream or something on the top so I could take a picture and boast about my amazing milkshake, however it tasted good sooo….I’ll get over it.
This honestly tasted amazing, Lewis just had a chicken burger and was looking at mine with serious envy, he was lucky I was struggling to eat it as otherwise I would not have offered him a bite…! (He said his was good too though) I was really impressed with how full of flavour they managed to put into a club sandwich, especially the garlic mayo! I was also impressed with the chips as they were more crispy than fluffy, which is my personal favourite.
I just so happened to be facing the daily specials board, and of course the pudding was staring me right in the face – yoghurt, berry, and white chocolate cheesecake. An amazing combo if I do say so myself! Very tasty and the prettiest part of the meal!
It was busy for a cold Tuesday night with a comfortable yet bustling atmosphere. I would recommend Smoke Stack to anyone wanting a big hearty meal that is perfectly cooked.
After dinner we went to the Botanic Lights, which was incredible. I would suggest everyone see the Botanic Gardens at night filled with beautiful lights and music.
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