4 based on 26 reviews
Cooking isn't just a cooking it's an art and culture of life
We had the seafood platter which was well executed - a good range of dishes including chilli mussels, squid, barramundi and a lovely saffron/ coconut prawn dish. $79 for 2 which I thought wasnât bad value. I think a small portion of chips would go well with the platter - doesnât have to be a large serve. The grilled barramundi was a nice piece of fish but there was nothing to eat it with - if that makes sense. It does come with a few slices of toasted bread - for the mussels. Service was excellent - waitresses were very pleasant and helpful. My only gripe was the wait - the restaurant was only about 60% full but we waited nearly an hour for the mains. I wonder if there is an issue with the size of the kitchen because the exact same problem occurred when we visited this place in its Blue Ox incarnation. It does deserve to succeed though - lovely customer service.
Local food van specialising fresh local produce. Located at the lions Lookout in Lesmurdie (check Facebook for opening times) Come past and enjoy great food and a spectacular view of the city.
This little pop up caravan has become a local fav. You see parents with their kids, getting some burgers and enjoying it by the spectacular view..a view I think is rare to find. Good to support the chef who obviously is chasing his dream. Burgers were decent. Worth a visit.
4 based on 387 reviews
My wife and I had lunch on Tuesday 13/08/19 at Padburys CafÃ© Restaurant the dÃ©cor is very historic, the choice of meals quite extensive. I had the Steak Sandwich and my wife the Beer Battered Whiting, both meals were cooked just right and were very enjoyable along with a nice glass of white wine., from a local vineyard.
4 based on 312 reviews
Behind the global brand of Sandalford Wines lies a rich and fascinating history. Sandalfordâs establishing estate at Caversham, Swan Valley, had its genesis in 1840 and coincided with both European settlement in the burgeoning colony of Perth and the birt
1. Wine tasting: only booked groups are offered complimentary cheese board. When I questioned the policy, reply was "we are changing our policy soon to include everyone, not just booked groups". Not good enough. Won't benefit me today. Would it have killed them to offer us a bit of cheese today? A few people at the Cellar Door tastings were miffed by this, not just me. 2. Restaurant: overpriced main courses $43-48 for meat dishes. Pretentious.3. Tourist buses everywhere with sad and depressed looking groups who had realised they had been swindled and ripped off but couldn't escape their plight.4. Manager didn't even bother coming to talk to me about the nasty and discriminatory cheeseboard policy, and sent the wait staff instead. This implies a certain level of nastiness and snobbery of the management.5. This place will go bankrupt within 5 years as it has already passed its prime. Many competitors in the region who don't have the air of snobbery as this winery.6. Avoid this place.
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