Lee&Sonia - 25/10/2012
My husband and I went to seed cuisine on a friday night. It was very full, so we were very lucky we booked.
The restaurant had a very homely Greek seaside feel that made us feel very much at ease. I liked the ambience of the exposed wood pylons on the ceiling created.
The waiters were very polite and helpful and helped recommend wines to go without food and made sure we were looked after and comfortable.
For our entree we thoroughly enjoyed the spanokopita (cheese and spinich filo)and we also liked the grilled haloumi with slow roasted vine tomato and rocket flavour combinations. We especially liked that there were numerous entrees to choose from on the menu, like a tapas style entree selection.
For our main I had the vegetarian moussaka - which was so so tasty, I would highly recommend it and my husband had the wagyu rump which he loved.
For dessert, which we just had to try - We thoroughly enjoyed the rhubarb crème brulee, it's flavour was subtle but it was delicious - I will be ordering it next time. We also had a very tasty dessert wine to accompany our dessert.
Craig - 6/09/2012
We went to this restaurant for my wife's birthday and had heard about it through a friend who had eaten here. I was delighted to be served a seafood soup complimentry from the chef that had a beautiful creamy texture. For entrees we had a selection from the menu that was just spot on. Main I had the Wagyu Steak and I must say the best steak i have ever had and I eat a lot of steak. Dessert was superb my daughter had a Raspberry soufla that was so light and fluffy and ever better taste was spot on i had coffee with a liquor and ice cream never had it like that and was beautiful. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very nice and the waiting staff were excellent we have young kids and they more than made allowances for them price of the meal was good and i liked the fact the chef came to the table to ensure all was good with the meal. I would certainly tell people about this restaurant and would and am dinning there again with friends.
Jessica - 16/08/2012
Had heard about seed from some friends who had been there.
It had a warm and homely atmosphere, The wooden pylons made me feel like I was in a sea-side village in Greece. The food was great and so was the service. Loved that there were so many starting share plates, that was a very fun part of the menu.
For the main I had the wagyu rump and dessert was the bread and butter pudding - both were very impressive. The wine list was also quite vast, which was very much a huge plus for me.
I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experinece and will be re-visting soon!