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4 based on 439 reviews
One of Yambas BEST cafes - mix of Australian/Turkish/Dutch. Incredible!
A most delightful find. Just off the main street, is the most authentic cafÃ©, jam packed with charm and hospitality.The food is prepared with such care and love that you can not but fall in love with the whole Menu.
4 based on 174 reviews
A taste of la dolce vita in the heart of beautiful Yamba. Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine including wood fired pizzas, handmade pastas, local seafood and more, made with fresh seasonal local produce. Fully licensed with a range of Italian & Australian bee
Went for dinner and was very disappointed with the menu for a italian restaurant. Should of google it before booking. Had a few starters but for mains not much choice at all. No ravioli no fettuccine dishes. 1 knocci, 1 spaghetti dish with seafood 1 rissoto and 1 other dish. The rest were pages of Pizza! Seriously! This advertises as a restaurant not a pizza place! The restaurant looks lovely has good staff on too. But the variety was a let down! Most of the mains hzd seafood too. No other choices. The bruschetta was nice but we all were disappointed with our mains. Very bland , no flavour in the sauces at all. Sorry wonât be going there again. Would not recommend as a Italian restaurant only a pizza place!Hi Grannie Annie - I am wondering if perhaps you missed the main course page in the menu, and that has led to a misunderstanding of what we offer. Currently our main courses include three meat options (rib eye, veal and pork belly) and a beautiful locally caught fish. Our current pasta dishes include a meat, vegetarian and two local seafood options. There are two salads, and as you note, a range of starters, Italian wood fired pizzas and desserts. Incidentally, our menu changes regularly. We are a husband and wife team with a small staff, and our menu is designed to allow us to hand-make everything from scratch daily, using fresh local produce. Larger menus often mean that things have been bought in (pre made, pre packaged, mass produced, and cheap, quick and easy to keep for long periods) or arenât as fresh as you might like - but we won't make this compromise. This isnât always appreciated or understood, but we strongly believe in the nutritional benefits and most agree it is reflected in the flavour. Sorry that wasnât your experience; we certainly would have liked the opportunity to check if there was some issue with your meals because your feedback is very inconsistent with what is generally received.All our bestKathryn
4 based on 89 reviews
At The French Pan Tree we are working on a short based menu, which means never having a set menu. An average of 4 entrÃ©es, 4 mains, 2 desserts is what you will find at our restaurant while constantly changing and evolving depending on the season, the Chef
We dined here last week and really enjoyed everything. The servcie was very good. We were looked after by a Lovely Australian girl married to the French chef and they have a great little restaurant. I ordered the steak tartare for entree. I don't usually trust Australian chefs with this for obvious reasons but this was excellent. This place is better than most restaurants we visited in France. A must do if you are in Yamba.
5 based on 297 reviews
Seriously overpriced. Sydney prices in a country town. With a full bar there is no possibility of corkage. Me and a number of friends just kept to water, whereas a glass of wine would have been great, but not when 160ml costs way more than a decent bottle of plonk or 60 bucks for a bottle. My wife's gnocchi admittedly was tasty, but at $36 for something smaller than a starter. ..... My pizza wasn't bad, but it would have been a lot better if my cutlery could actually cut through the base. Our companions eventually gave up trying to cut theirs and resorted to rolling it up and eating it like a large sausage. Our group had 14 adults, and when it came to paying management refused to bill individually. It would have made life easier if they told us this up front, since they must have groups on a regular basis. We could have ordered as couples or gone to a different venue where payment is much easier. The atmosphere isn't bad (if you like loud background music) but value for money I'd give it a 1 out of 5 score.
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