One of the ladies in my work team has been there for 10 years so we celebrated by going out for lunch with her choice of restaurant of course. We went to Positano where there were ample of parking and there weren’t a lot of customers inside but it was a 42degrees day on a friday lunch so that was understandable. The staff were super duper friendly and quite attentive and when we sat down, we put our ordering hat on and raced through our order.
We got the dips platter to share and my gosh it was fantabulous. Full of flavour, felt really healthy and the baked bread (??) drizzled with oil and garlic was AWESOME. My workmates did have a request though, they could have more veggie sticks for them to nibble on.
Dips Platter – $16.50
For lunch I got the ravioli smoked salmon. The smoked salmon was quite salty but the ravioli was divine. This was a touch on the heavy side and I only managed to finish 3/4 of the dish.
Ravioli Smoked Salmon – $27
Of course I still had room for dessert and can never say no to creme brulee. There was some jam provided too (not sure why though…) and cracking the caramalised surface was absolutely crackified. However, it was quite grainy and dense and was not custard-y at all which was very disappointing. The flavour was lovely but the texture just wasn’t right which was a shame.
Creme Brulee – $13
Positano really surprised me. I didn’t think I would enjoy the food but it was lovely with lovely staff to match. If you are in the area and want some good ol’ Italian food, I’d suggest Positano. I will be back to check out the pizza menu. Maybe stay away from the creme brulee, hopefully it was just a one off.