Discover the best restaurant in Mitcham, Australia including The Firehouse, Thai Tables, Pho Minh Long, Bucatini Restaurant & Bar, The Peddler Cafe, Mitcham Thai, Dark Horse on The Brit, Mayura Thai, Micheli's Woodfire Pizza & Pasta, Japan Komo
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4 based on 321 reviews
We have been dining at the fire house for over 5 years, Had special birthdays & work breakups in their special dining room areas We cannot fault the food & excellent service, Always look forward to visiting this restaurant Love the menu changes over the...MoreDear PeterFW2000 Thank you for your review & feedback of the Firehouse. We are looking forward seeing you again in 2018 for the next seasonal menu change. Warm regards, Philippe - Restaurant Manager
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Rather than drive to Victoria street my friend tammy recommended thai tables and wow what a treat.
The staff are lovely, prices are just right but the quality of the food was outstanding and deliciously delicious.
It looked incredibly fresh and wholesome and im really looking forward to going back.
I will highly recommend and i will definitely be back.
3.5 based on 53 reviews
Had dinner here. Really liked that there is a thermostat of tea on the table and gets replaced when running low. Ordered lemongrass and chilli meal but the chilli was missing, good thing they have 2 different types of chilli sauce on the table. Prices are good for what you get. This is a very busy place, l suggest you book ahead.
4 based on 156 reviews
We ordered a smoked salmon pizza to share for starters. It was just delicious.
My husband ordered the barramundi in the specials and really enjoyed it. I ordered the veal scallopini. It looked ok, but as soon as I got into the veal it was tough and chewy. So much so, that I had to spit my mouthful into my hand. Not nice, the potato and cauliflower mash was absolutely tasteless and lumpy. Sauce was mustard and just ok. Not a success. As this is the second meal here which has been dodgy, I would not like to go again, there are plenty more restaurants to try in the area.
4 based on 61 reviews
I highly recommend this little cafe on the corner . We went for Father's Day and the team delivered . Great service , no long waits and fantastic food and coffee .. French toast was a hit as was the eggs benedict. Book ahead on weekends or drop by for a coffee and a great selection of slices and muffins ...
4 based on 21 reviews
Had their Barramundi fillet with apple and a lovely sauce and the tofu salad Mitcham Thai style. Both didn't disappoint and was absolutely delicious.
The hospitality was warm especially from Paul the owner. Unfortunately Paul is from Italian descent but then Lily is definitely of Thai decent judging from the Thai food we had.
4 based on 73 reviews
Visited this cafe in the heart of Mitcham twice in two days. Sunday was disappointing. My daughter had the Healthy option and found pieces of plastic packaging in the meal. Very disappointing as she was looking forward to brunch and it turned out to be plastic . Meal was returned but the staff could not understand proper customer service. The Manager however apologized . The quality of meals was substandard to the experience we had on Saturday. I’m not sure whether management has changed hands but it lacked the customer service they had previously.
The menu is basic. The chefs could not get it right. The “Benny” served on Saturday was a lot different on Sunday. The bread was not toasted . The eggs were cold. There was too much smoked salmon.
My pasta with chicken was loaded with olives and about three to four pieces of chicken. There was no hint of pesto as stated on the menu. The cheese was not Parmesan but just tasty cheese.
My suggestion don’t go there on very busy days as the staff cannot cope .
4.5 based on 34 reviews
As has already been written Mayura is a very small restaurant that seats roughly 24 people. Service is very good, food delicious and pricing realistic. It’s fully licensed and BYO wine ($4 corkage per bottle).
Four of us decided on the $35 banquet and thoroughly enjoyed what was supplied – a truly amazing chicken soup, samosas, squid salad, satays, chicken panang curry (which tasted exactly like the soup), stir fried prawns, grilled pork, beef and vegetables, rice and our choice of dessert.
Whilst we were there over 20 takeaways were picked up. Another indication of how very popular this restaurant is. Long may we enjoy this restaurant and the delicious food it has to offer
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Firstly the food is tasty, home made, & served quickly. The gnocchi is always beautifully cooked & consistently fluffy & fresh. The meatballs on the spaghetti are also good, as is the lasagna. However the vegetarian options are limited. A veggie lasagna (without mushrooms) would be welcomed. Despite the large serves, the pasta is expensive, so be prepared to pay for what you get. There are a few negatives, & the lack of garlic bread or garlic focaccia is one of them. They do have a garlic & cheese pizza but it's too thin for our liking & we would prefer to have proper garlic bread. Secondly, this place is so small & the tiny tables so crammed in that it's hard to be comfortable. Bumping elbows with the person sitting next to me is not something I desire whilst eating
out. I wouldn't go here for a romantic meal, but definitely will be back for a quick & filling bite.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Komo is a very popular local lunch spot. We loved it on our first visit and still feel the same way 3 or 4 visits later. It's an unpretentious little place with Japanese cuisine as authentic as you'll find this side of Tokyo - and a good deal cheaper too.
Given the limited menu and very plain layout and table settings, it's not the sort of place for a romantic dinner, but the food is tasty, the service is sunny and it won't lighten your wallet by much.
The Tempura Udon and Chicken Yaki are particular favourites of ours.
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