Price: OK / Slightly high
Service: Pass (only one waitstaff but he was fine)
Overall each dish was tasty and portion size was decent. Meats were good (surloin probably marginally better than the beef ribs). Even though it was tasty the curry was probably the least tasty dish, reminiscent of Pie Face's Thai Curry Pie with less curry flavour.
The Key Lime pie was more like Key Lime cheesecake but thinking back it worked well with the Banoffee Pie. This was the first official Banoffee Pie we've had and despite a slightly thick crust we suspect it's one of the best you'll find. Tasty base, salted caramel and just enough banana and cream. Normally we find salted caramel is added just to menus to pretend to be chic but this one was actually good.
It's rare for us to like tapas (see our views on tapas and Movida Sydney) so for Miss Marley's to score so well is a testament to the Chef. Not as "inventive" as Movida but certainly still an unusual fusion and much more fulfilling.