Sir and M'Lady Dine Out a lot - and right across Australia. We know what we like and don't like. We are prepared to try restaurants and share our views. We recognise that not everyone likes the same things (even we don't between the two of us) and not every experience at a restaurant is the same - we all want different things. We have one of Australia's fastest growing diverse restaurant blogs.

Monday, 5 March 2012


La Zana Ristorante
48 Hampden Ave

This is a really good restaurant - tasty food, pleasant decor, good service - well worth the trip.

Olive and Fetta Crust - Pizza crust with mozzarella, kalamata olives, fetta & herbs for $9.90. This was a really good combination - wished we'd ordered two of them.

Garlic and Herb Crust - Pizza crust with mozzarella, garlic butter & herbs for $8.90. Tasty stuff here! Melted cheese just starting to brown - the way we like it. Not overpowering flavour - subtle.

Pollo La Zana Fettuccini - Chicken fillets, prosciutto & avocado in a white wine, garlic & cream sauce, topped with fetta for $23.90. Plenty of rich sauce, tender chunks of chicken and plenty of good sized pieces of avocado. I'd have this again!

Vitello Roma Fettuccini - Pan-seared veal pieces, with bacon, garlic, chilli & fresh basil, with napolitana & a dash of cream for $24.90. Another winner.

Grain-fed Eye Fillet - 250g seared grain-fed eye-fillet cooked to your liking, with your choice of: red wine jus - pepper - funghi - dianne - mustard cream sauce for $30.90. The eye fillet was cooked to perfection.
Vitello con Funghi - Pan-seared veal medallions with field mushrooms, garlic, white wine & cream sauce for $27.90.

La Zana is a real find - worth a visit - or in our case a return visit.
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