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dined on Fri, 27 Apr 2018

One of my friends had never been to Relish, she said she can't wait to come back! She loved the pumpkin ravioli & zucchini flowers.

dined on Sun, 1 Apr 2018

The staff were very accommodating of us arriving early and seated us quickly. It is clearly a well loved local eaterie. Enjoyed the Toblerone cocktail and had a great evening with the sunset menu.

dined on Thu, 29 Mar 2018

Always a treat to visit Relish and enjoy our favourites, as well as any seasonal special on offer. My Sydney guest loved her salmon dish and we were happy to be able to BYO our 'good' French bubbles for the special occasion. Thanks Tom, Maria & staff.

dined on Sat, 17 Mar 2018

Couldn’t fault a thing

dined on Tue, 13 Feb 2018

Our fave restaurant. Food is always so fresh, beautifully cooked & prepared. Weekly cocktail specials are always awesome!!

dined on Fri, 5 Jan 2018

Was well prepared and staff was great.

dined on Fri, 29 Dec 2017

Relaxed vibe, great place for Sunday lunch with friends

dined on Sun, 17 Dec 2017

Very friendly and pleasant atmosphere . Service was prompt and cheerful . The menu explained fully ,when requested . All in all a fine way to celebrate our wedding anniversary . Thank you .
Carolyn Holland

dined on Wed, 2 May 2018

Very lovely food and service. We go there several times a year.

dined on Sun, 29 Apr 2018

We loved the food and went for the Sunset menu (early bird). Really great value. We thought it was BYO every night it was open so brought a bottle of red, however, only BYO Tues-Thursday.
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About Relish on Addison

Cafe by day, fine diner by night Relish on Addison offers a (slightly) fancy dining experience in the heart of Shellharbour Village. A casual cafe by day, Relish is an alternative to the neighbouring fish and chip joints and a great way for tourists to sample the best food and wine from around the country whilst staring out across the Pacific. The menu feels upmarket, yet you won’t need to sell a vital organ come bill time. Lunch takes the form of salads, sandwiches and meatier dishes (the confit Hunter Valley chicken with celeriac cake shouldn’t be missed), however dinner is where chef Tom Laws really shines. There’s duck three ways, seared scallops with house-made chorizo and a wonderfully decadent assiette of seafood. Oh – and no one will judge you should you decide to guzzle champagne cocktails right through dinner. Best dish: Grilled Clarence river baby octopus, cucumber, radish & mint salad, confit lemon, squid ink & chilli vinaigrette

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