Ficus has just lately opened on the highest flooring of Yagan Square – a pleasing outlook wanting again to the City and with a beautiful match out – I appreciated the bentwood chairs particularly.
The ethos of Ficus is seasonal produce, farm to plate eating, with a menu altering as recent produce rolls in every day from their suppliers – farmers, growers, and fisheries.
On the day I ended in one among every day specials – salmon with quinoa salad – took my eye – it was very properly priced and got here out shortly. Presented properly on the plate the salmon was crisply skinned and juicy, though for me maybe cooked for a minute too lengthy – a bit extra pink on the centre would have been higher – having stated that it was a satisfying meal. And the accompanying salad was recent and refreshing.
With it I had a few glasses of Andiamo, pores and skin contact Vermentino from Brave New Wine – barely cloudy it has a crunchy palate of lemon pith and tart inexperienced apples, following a bouquet of pears, honeydew melon and yeasty notes. Very drinkable certainly….
Ficus is definitely value a glance with its dedication to recent and seasonal produce and a quick wine listing, sitting on prime of Yagan Square.