Saturday, 29th July 2006
To begin with, I have started my liking to Williamstown (Melbourne) ever since we had those crepes in Breizoz. There is one restaurant called Sam’s Boat Shed in Williamstown located on 3 Syme Street. We went there for having a late dinner, because we were still stuffed with those meals we had in a Malaysian resto in South Yarra (Bakut Teh, Assam Laksa, and Oriental Pork with Eggs)
Anyway, I am not gonna talk about the foods we ate at the Malay resto, but the Sam’s Boat’s Foods instead. The resto is located near the Williamstown beach, close to the dock where people parks their boats or I can simply say it is next to the Quest Williamstown Hotel/Accommodation.
The resto is pretty much looks like a hut from the outside, and the inside interior/design is more like being in a boat. There is a mini bar right in the middle together with the cash register.
Well, enough with the brief description of the place itself. Now let’s talk about the foods we had in there.
As for the entrees, we had a mouth-watering Prawn Bruchettas (toasted garlic bread with tiger prawns on top),
and tasty Potatoe Skins (freshly baked potatoe skins with melted cheese and crispy bacon plus sour cream on top).
There were fully-loaded entrees, I must admit. My stomach was already half-full, and yet the main course hadn’t turned up. Luckily our wood-fire smoked salmon pizza was consider small. We managed to finish it all (with a little struggle though).
Planning to have an apple strudle for our dessert earlier, but no way – we couldn’t take it anymore. So we cancelled our dessert and I ordered a red-wine by the glass instead.
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