My husband and I dine out a lot. We hadn't been to tonic for a few years but decided with some friends on a rainy Tuesday night to see if we could get a table. They were busy when we got there but our food...More
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This is our second time here (2 years in between visits). The food is still great - entrees were: caramelised onion/goats cheese tart (just felt it needed a sticky rich balsamic sauce with it)... and the hot salmon. Mains were fish of the day and...More
Popped into Tonic the week before last for dinner on a friends birthday - last time i was in this restaurant the food was superb and the service fantastic. This time it was nothing different, we were warmly welcomed into the restaurant, even though they...More
Never fails to please. Consistently produces top quality well presented food in excellen surroundings. Top desserts and an interesting wine selection.Great staff and a very attentive host. Pity about the left handed fork.
Was expecting more, food looked like the photos but felt the tastes clashed, would not recommend the lamb. Frankly, there are better and we tried them and liked them. The Creme coffe! flavoured Brulee was over complicated and a straight one would have done place...More
My husband & I decided to celebrate our wedding anniversary with a quiet meal together at Tonic Restaurant. . Not a large place but pleasantly appointed & comfortable.We thoroughly enjoyed a fish meal along with a glass of wine. Meal was beautifully presented and well...More
10 out of 10 for Tonic restaurant. Couldn't fault the staff, the ambience and the food. Their Sunday night "deal" of 2 courses for $38 or 3 courses for $48 is excellent value. Would highly recommend this restaurant. Wish it was our local. Kamo people,...More
Party of 18 on a Sunday night....Everything was fine...no complaints from anyone. Can thoroughly recommend Tonic......had had trouble in past persuading my friends to come as it was thought too expensive....they were all happy and we will return!