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4.5 based on 111 reviews
4.5 based on 64 reviews
4 based on 97 reviews
I wouldn't recommend this restaurant/cafe. The menus were dirty, tapas plate we had lacked flavour and mostly consisted of store bought items, and the pizza was soggy. The tap beer also didn't taste right. I was incredibly hungry when I arrived but couldn't finish the food as it was so unenjoyable. Staff were friendly but lacked professionalism in the way that they loudly laughed and talked with each other in front of customers. There are much better places in Greensborough and surrounding suburbs, so we definitely won't return.
4 based on 48 reviews
Dropped in whilst traveling through and found the place buzzing.
The wait staff were terrific and took our orders promptly. The kitchen looked well organised and pushed out meals very efficiently.
Choose the calamari and house special pizza and a couple of glasses of wine. No complaints. You won't leave here hungry as the serves are very generous.
Thanks and well done to all.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Meet here with friends semi regularly and always have a banquet because it saves on time and decisions. Luckily the banquets here are great. Fresh satay skewers and crispy spring rolls to start then 3 excellent mains. A very tasty green curry, stirfry duck and my favourite grilled pork. There's plenty of fluffy steamed rice to accompany your meal and then a bowl of icecrem to finish. All at a very reasonable price. A full drinks list and very good coffee is on hand. Always busy here so be sure to book.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We had heard about this restaurant from people at my wife's work. Prices are pretty good and serves are generous. The service was prompt and welcoming. Our entrée was served in a reasonable time with the mains arriving not long after we finished our first course. The timing of the courses was good and as mentioned earlier, a generous size. They were happy to pack our leftovers for us to take home. Not quite the place to go for a intimate dinner as it was a little noisey with people coming and going with takeaway. Very family friendly though. Maybe because they cater for families, I found as a Thai restaurant the food was quite mild and lacked the punch I expected from this cuisine.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Went here for lunch with a family group. Unfortunately couldn't get the group interested in the banquet. Restaurant was very well presented and staff were efficient and friendly. Different dishes had by various members of the group and all found the food to be to their liking. I particularly enjoyed the lamb dish (can't remember the name) which was flavoursome and well balanced. Dips were also excellent. No vegetarian main on the menu but the vegetarian member of our party was offered a number of alternatives. Wine list is more than adequate with local and Lebanese selection. Will go back for the banquet at next opportunity. Would recommend.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Visited for dinner with 3 couples. 70year olds. service was excellent with the wait staff not intruding but attentive gave us plenty of time to settle in and review menus. We decided to share and ordered 4 ontrees and 4 main courses. Overall there was enough to satisfy us all however I think there could have been more actual duck. 4 thing slices was on the light side. others were completely satisfied with all the dishes. corkage at $4 was very reasonable
3.5 based on 37 reviews
A simple atmosphere compared to the restaurant next door but our choice was rewarded. We had fried dumplings with pork filling as an entree followed by Gyudon. This wA beef onion sukiyaki and rice. Delicious combination of flavours. The house bento gave us a delightful sample of other dishes and was very filling.
Another table ordered the curiousOkonomyaki topped with dried fish that wiggled with the heat of the pancake. They also highly recommended the soft shell crab roll sushi. Washed down with a Sapporo beer. A comforting meal served with pride.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Pelligra Cakes is a family owned Italian Pasticceria and café located in Greensborough, which has a long and rich history stretching back to 1985. Current owner and head pastry chef Santo Pelligra founded the business in 1985 where the business was originally trading under the name Greensborough Cake Kitchen.
Loved the vibe at Pelligra's this morning. My flat white was smooth and at the perfect temperature. The selection of pastries and cakes is significant but not overwhelming and the taste is exactly what you're looking for on a Saturday morning. Well done, Pelligra!
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