The Stage Door | Mandurah

The Stage Door offers alfresco waterfront dining with a great choice on their menu.
When we arrived, it was happy hour and I couldn’t pass the Cocktail Menu.

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As you can see, I went for a cocktail to end a brilliant day in Busselton. This is the Pomegranate Mojito.
We had a look over the menu and decided to to get a few small dishes to taste everything.

This is my favourite way to dine. I love tapas because it’s not eating one particular dish. As I’m allergic to shellfish, I couldn’t taste everything but the decided verdict was delicious!
The flavours across the dishes were fantastic. The Lamb Medallions were my main dish and I wanted to lick the plate clean. The pea puree was perfect with the mouthwatering, juicy lamb.
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The fishy dishes were also given the thumbs up and wolfed down.
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We also shared the Turkish Breads with trio of dips. The problem with a dish like this is that you can never have enough bread. No matter how much bread or dip there is, if they are delicious, there’s nothing you can do!

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The Wedges served with Sweet Chilli & Sour Cream were a little disappointing as they were greasy. I ate a few but left the rest unfortunately.
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I am keen to return to The Stage Door. There is a beautiful restaurant to enjoy here too and who can argue with a Happy Hour and a great Cocktail Menu.

My Rating : ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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