Little Creatures Brewery

Little Creatures Brewery – cider and beer fresh off the tap from production is what I’m talking about. I’m not a beer fan but I did try the pear cider – subtle and not strong which helped cleanse the pallet while eating. Note: I liked Little Creatures Brewery but it was 9 o’clock Adelaide time which meant I was dying of hunger and in the mentality that any food was good food.

The chilli tomato mussels could come in either mild, hot or super hot. We chose the hot version which was quite tame and could have done with level higher of hotness. A tasty dish I must say – soft, chewy mussels with the sauce adding that extra tang . The baby mussels look like a huge amount in the bowl but don’t be fooled it’s all just shell. The mussel itself is the size of a 5 cent piece and sometimes the shells are just empty, blasphemy I say! This is probably more of an entrée meal as it won’t fill you up.

Chilli Mussels

 Chilli Tomato Mussels ($24)

The sound of the prosciutto, mozzarella, and lemon thyme pizza made us jump at the chance to order it. The pizza base was tough to cut through with it being a tad too salty from the prosciutto.

Prosciutto, Mozzarella, and Lemon Thyme

Prosciutto, Mozzarella, and Lemon Thyme Pizza ($23)

The prawn skewers were succulent and juicy with a hint of tangy lemon and herbs sprinkled on top. This was a really tasty dish and the only fault I could find with it is that why couldn’t it come with more!

Grilled prawns

Prawn Skewers ($24)

Tasty food, lovely atmosphere but come in with no expectations – the food is alright but it won’t live up to the rave that people give it.

Food: 2.5/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 3/5

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