Proctor : May 2015
Classifieds | Restaurant Missing wills continued MISSING WILLS Queensland Law Society holds wills and other documents for clients of former law practices placed in receivership. Enquiries about missing wills and other documents should be directed to Sherry Brown or Glenn Forster at the Society on (07) 3842 5888. MISSING WILL Would any person or fi rm holding or knowing the whereabouts of any original Will of JEFFREY JOHN ADAMS, late of 266 Richmond Road, Morningside, Queensland, who died on 21 November 2013, please contact Ray Barber, Solicitor of 20 Heathfi eld Road, Coolum Beach, Queensland (PO Box 397 Coolum Beach Q 4573) or by telephone on (07) 5446 4600 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org within 14 days of this notice. We are trying to locate a Will for the late KARLEINZ HOLHEISEL. Last address known 8 Brett Avenue, Labrador, QLD. Date of death 31 July 2014. Dillon Legal Ph: 07 55759990 DAVID ALEXANDER YOUNG I am searching for the missing will of Mr. David Alexander Young, formerly of the Sunshine Coast. If you have it in your secure storage, or know of its location, could you please contact Ms. Catherine Warmoll Catherine.email@example.com Would anyone have any knowledge on the whereabouts of the will of Vince Traverso, who resided at 30 Flinders Way, Albany Creek, 4035. Any information, please contact Con Leontsinis on 0402291 839, or firstname.lastname@example.org Wanted to buy Purchasing Personal Injuries fi les Jonathan C. Whiting and Associates are prepared to purchase your fi les in the areas of: • Motor Vehicle Accidents • WorkCover claims • Public Liability claims Contact Jonathan Whiting on 07-32100373 or 0411-856798 Back again to this old faithful, Bistro C, the sweetheart of the Hastings Street dining precinct. Consistently plating up deliciously good food is the key driver to its success and roaring trade, although its beachside position certainly does it no harm. Starting the meal off with some bubbles, as has become my ritual, I spied a wonderfully simple combination for an entrée on the specials board: new season peach, prosciutto, gorgonzola, rocket and vincotto salad (pictured). The freshness and sweetness of the peach, together with the lusciously creamy, although slightly tart, cheese fragments and saltiness of the prosciutto made for a light, delectable start to the evening. The rocket required some taming, but that was the fault of this slightly peppery green, and not of those in the kitchen. This dish paired well, too, with my Chandon Brut. The pan-fried spaghetti tossed with seafood was also delectable. I marvelled at the simplicity of this flavoursome dish, when other restaurants feel the need to overwhelm such fresh flavours with either a tomato or creamy white-wine based sauce (and too much of it!). This merely drowns the taste! But I digress … A lovely mix of tastes came with each bite: hints of wilted spinach, tomatoes, garlic 60 PROCTOR | May 2015 and, of course, upstaging these flavours, the fresh prawns, Moreton Bay bug, mussels and scallops. I adored the little pan brought to the table to sit on a block of wood (with a heatproof mitt on the handle to avoid any nasty burn possibility). The view was perfectly picturesque, especially as I watched the sun set from arguably the best seat in the house. So far, so good. Next, to the devilish component of the meal – dessert. The special of the night was a chocolate cannoli with fresh berries, vanilla bean crème and pistachio praline. The cannoli was snap-fresh and made a lovely cracking noise as I poked and prodded it with my spoon. The crème spilled from the cannoli and I executed the dish with exacting precision, always pairing a mouthful of cannoli with one of the berry options on my plate. Interestingly, the strawberries outperformed both the raspberries and the blueberries on this occasion. The cocktail menu description of the espresso martini suggested that if one hadn’t tried the Bistro C espresso martini, then one hadn’t been to Bistro C (my paraphrasing). So I had one. Fearsome is what came to mind as I sipped. And I thought the rocket needed taming – definitely a cocktail not for the faint-hearted! Dominique Mayo is a lawyer at Thynne + Macartney. back to contents Seaside splendour Fresh food with a view Lovers of all things culinary will be sampling the dining delights on offer at this month’s Noosa International Food and Wine Festival. Dominique Mayo recently reacquainted herself with a Hastings Street favourite.