Bakerzin isn't just known for its exquisite desserts, they have a full range of yummy international food offerings.
The Grilled Barramundi Fish with Mash ($16.90) was fresh and nice, flaky in texture, and clean and mild in taste. A creamy lemon butter sauce complemented the delicate fish brilliantly. The parboiled vegetables, carrots, broccoli and cauliflower, were too hard and raw though, they would have been better a little more softened.
The Warm Chocolate Cake ($9.90) is really decadent indulgence. A molten chocolate centre, the icy cool vanilla bean ice-cream and the semi-hard chocolate crust of the cake was a wonderful play on textures, flavours and temperatures.
I thought the mandarin orange addition was a classic case of "too many cooks spoil the broth". Its heady sweetness threw off the chocolate and vanilla concoction to sweetness overdrive.
81 Clemenceau Ave
Open Mondays to Fridays and eve of Public Holidays from 10.30am to 9pm;
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays from 9am to 9pm