This is the restaurant of the Chifley hotel, on South Terrace.
Cooked in a delicate coconut, wild ginger and curry sauce.
For something that's not supposed to be spicy, this is actually moderately spicy. I'm not a fan of spiciness. The sauce has a somewhat unappealing granular texture, like pear juice.
I'm not a fan of the unavoidable shreds of potent lemon grass in the food. Nor am I a fan of the chip of hard plastic in my food either.
I eat the pleasant prawns, and a bit more of the granular, spicy, generic sauce, before eventually bailing out.
Update: the lemongrass was actually kafir lime leaf.
The chocolate cake is very moist. It has a very mild flavour. The bits of crispy water chestnut provide a bit of interesting texture, but no detectable flavour.
Vanilla ice cream can be a reasonable partner to something with a potent taste, but here, it's a bit superfluous and bland.
The waiter thanks me for my feedback.