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Confit duck Maryland, braised red cabbage and apricots, Paris mash, baby spinach and cranberry jus.
Hidden among Lismore’s laneways, The Loft on Nesbitt Lane offers a dining experience reminiscent of Melbourne’s inner-city culture. Nestled in a former industrial building and spread over two levels, a cosy bar downstairs spills out into the laneway while a mezzanine area sets an intimate setting for dinner with someone special, beneath a wall mural depicting two girls and birds in flight. Under the ambient glow of pendent lights, peruse a Mod Oz menu offering starters like hot beef carpaccio, mushroom, garlic and balsamic jus, rocket and grana Padano salad. For the main, delve into slow-cooked lamb shoulder, braised cabbage, bacon, Paris mash, fricassee of peas, broad beans, carrot and jus viand; before peanut butter and dark chocolate fondant, berry compote and vanilla bean ice cream.
A few words from The Loft
Located in the lane ways off Magellan Street, The Loft is Lismore's premier eatery boasting exquisite food, relaxed atmosphere, house crafted cocktails and an extensive wine list. Enjoy the cosy, intimate atmosphere while watching the Chefs work from the open kitchen. The Loft offers 'Modern Australian Cuisine' with a European influence that has built a strong and enviable reputation for its intimate setting, unpretentious food and personable service.
History of The Loft:
The Loft originated from a building which was originally part of A.G. Robinsons (AGR's) department store which supplied a broad range of products to the locals. It eventually became 'The Loft' in the late nineties and has enjoyed various reincarnations under this name. The latest makeover occurred in 2017 and there it was created, a venue for people to go to relax and enjoy creative food with quality beer, wine or cocktails .
About The Loft:
This latest concept of this fully licensed restaurant is about the unashamed enjoyment of cooking with a sense of real pleasure. The menu aims to source quality ingredients that are in season and produced as locally as possible. The general idea being that guests can choose as many dishes as they like (without necessarily having a main meal) and are sent up at intervals so you diners can relax, share a bottle of wine from the list and enjoy this dining concept. The menu has been designed as an introduction to 'Australian free style cuisine', degustation and three-course dining.
The Loft Menu:
Enjoy an exquisite menu at The Loft, offering dinner Wednesday through Saturday evenings each week. Temptations include: seafood raviolo with grilled Ballina prawns, seafood bisque and crispy capers, hot beef carpaccio with shiitake mushrooms, baby rocket, parmigiano reggiano, garlic and balsamic dressing and local jewfish fillet, poached in creamy mussel and saffron broth, with braised leeks, peas and potato.
For dessert, try chocolate cremeux, bacon infused ice cream, chocolate puff pastry and seasonal fruit.
6 Nesbitt Lane, Lismore 2480 NSW - See Map
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Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 50 Chef: Richard Kerr
Canapes and Cocktails.
- Up to 300 Guests
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