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3.5 based on 107 reviews
Ordered the Ribeye steak medium rare.
Comes out almost well done.
Send back to kitchen only for it to be brought back to me with the message that I don't know how to judge a steak.
The other 5 people at the table all agreed with me that it was way over cooked, but apparently the chef didn't agree.
Not the first time this restaurant has overcooked a steak and will be the last time our regular $600 to $700 bill is spent in this below average restaurant. 6 of us heading to the Thai restaurant for the next three nights. Even the poor waitress was embarrassed to give us the feed back from the chef as she agreed with us that the steak was overcooked.
Very bad customer service to clients that have spent a large amount of money with you over the last 5 years. No more $5000 plus xmas work shows for you. Seriously hope management see this post and actually do something about it.
4 based on 93 reviews
We again returned to this great Thai restaurant quite close to our home.
Its very busy and bustling, noisy and with tables close together. What bring us back is the great food.
We shared and enjoyed whole Barramundi and a Mixed Grill which consisted of prawns, pork, chicken and vegetables with an amazing dipping sauce. This was complimented with some Coconut Rice.
I'm sure we will be back soon.
4 based on 53 reviews
We went here for lunch ordered two senior meals potatoes mushroom bacon soup followed by parmers the chips were large and tasted beautiful the service was great and staff were very friendly the only complaint I could have was that the floor was in need of a vacuum but the food was fantastic
4 based on 61 reviews
This is a local place in Caroline springs and does nice coffees and breakfast. A good place to try when in area.
4 based on 91 reviews
Quick, delicious, Malaysian blend of food - wide variety of dishes ranging from hot soups ( which are massive serves enough for 2) to dumplings, curry fusions etc.
Only problem is you can only make bookings for either 6.30 I think and 7.30. Other annoying thing is its cash only so ensure you have your cash ready.
Love their Laksha soups and their bubble milk tea is my absolute favourite.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We love our kebabs and Roxy Kebabs are the best. We had a large mixed meal to share (lamb, chicken, fresh tabolui, 2 dips and turkish bread). Absolutely delicious and it was ample for two people. The shop was extremely busy which is always a good sign of good food.
5 based on 3 reviews
Dropped in for a late breakfast and wasn't disappointed. Awesome coffee, smooth and full of flavour and a yummy breakfast with bacon cooked just the way it should be. I'll be back!!
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Firstly, I'd like to comment that the staff were friendly, and helpful. The atmosphere in the restaurant was not particularly appealing but maybe it's just that type of restaurant ;-)
For appetizers we had sushi and sashimi, and we were all very impressed. Bravo! Well done.... suddenly we were convinced by the food and the lack of atmosphere became secondary.
However the main meal is where it got a bit more complicated. There were 3 of us... we ordered Teriyaki Chicken, Teriyaki Salmon and Porterhouse with Wasabi Sauce. These main meals took forever to arrive. We waited about 40 minutes, and we wondered because we had read how fast the meal service was. The appetisers came very fast, then we were left waiting in this non-atmospheric place, with the memory of the appetisers slowly fading.... when the meals did arrive they looked good, but there were 2 main problems: 1) the Teriyaki Sauce was not one to recommend, and 2) the meals were almost COLD. The quality of the fish, chicken, and especially the porterhouse was excellent. BUT, cold meals are very unappetising. I must note, that the temperature did not enhance the Teriyaki Sauce either - if it was hot it would have most likely compensated somewhat). Anyway, we were starving, and we were also under time pressure so we just ate it and left.
I am making an assumption now, but on reflection we think that our meals had been prepared on time, and had been sitting on the counter waiting to be served to us. Our waitress had left for the evening (or maybe taken a meal break) and we think that no-one else took over her duties immediately. I can't explain it any other way, because how is it possible to serve meals that are barely warm?
4.5 based on 24 reviews
This is one of my favorite restaurants. The owners are lovely friendly people. I love going in to enjoy a delicious meal, but also love the personal and friendly service. I visit this restaurant weekly and frequent it regularly with friends. I cannot fault them. You are warmly greeted on arrival and the service is second to none. My favorite meal is the Nyonya Chicken, but I have tasted most of the meals and love them all. When they are not run off their feet, I love the way they walk you to the door to open if for you and to say good-bye. One of my favorite restaurants.
3.5 based on 21 reviews
Popular Italian restaurant opposite our hotel. We walked into the place since it was so crowded during dinner time. Service was fast and kids friendly. Tried their pizzas which were good. Also had a salad which was fresh and well seasoned. The pasta was also very delicious. Many people ordered mains which came in large portions.
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