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4 based on 242 reviews
We dropped in for a quick Australia Day lunch while exploring Williamstown on a humid day... The menu is simple but the food is tasty. Oysters natural were fresh and delicious. We also ordered a garden salad and a cucumber dish - both were fresh, cool and very very tasty. The wine list is reasonable for an establishment of this nature and there are a good selection of beers on tap. Bread rolls were complimentary. Balcony overlooking the water and boats was a great way to spend a lazy hour.
4 based on 155 reviews
4 based on 274 reviews
4.5 based on 95 reviews
This suburban gem consistently produces great Italian food. Joe the host always makes you welcome and makes you feel special in his restaurant. We had the pappardelle and the orecchiette which were delicious with a bottle of Margaret River Chardonnay. This restaurant has a great atmosphere and very good service and is reasonably priced. It is worth the visit and a great place to dine after a movie at the Sun Theatre.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
Ragusa is all about gorgeous, honest, flavourful food in a relaxed setting. We went with friends for a thoroughly enjoyable Saturday night dinner. The service is friendly, authentic and prompt. It was a real treat to try some lovely, accomplished Croation wine which paired beautifully with my meal. I had the scampi risotto which I would go back for in a heart beat. The menu is varied and interesting. Quality food without the hassle of a stuffy fine dining venue. A must if you are near the area, and definitely worth the trip if you’re not. Recommend you book ahead.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
At all times, Raga will be sourcing the very best of local produce, together with the freshest Indian spices to create food that delight the eye and the palate.
Many things to recommend them. Kitchen is open until 9:30, sometimes later. Thali nights on Monday and Tuesday are good food and excellent value. Rest of the menu is also excellent. AND the have an eclectic range of bottled beer which did include Newcastle Brown Ale until their distributor stopped supplying, try the Tui instead :)
4.5 based on 180 reviews
It’s not just Dinner and a Show” Let us take you on a voyage that will live in your hearts long after you have come ashore. Step back in time to a by gone era and relive the majestic grandeur that made Titanic “The Ship of Dreams” "A voyage seaworthy for all ages" and celebrating all occasions let us put a Titanic Touch to your special occasion. Be part of the action or sit back and let our crew plough through Titanic history at a parodical speed that is sure to leave you feeling .. ‘buoyant’. Sailing every Saturday night from late January to October and every Friday and Saturday night in November and December and available for corporate functions, school groups, seniors, groups, throughout the year. Inquire about our custom entertainment where we put you at the wheel in a memorable night tailored to suit your party. “Survival is guaranteed and so is a good time”
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Ciao Cielo - literally translated from Italian as Hello Sky - is a sparkling addition to the Melbourne restaurant landscape. Situated on lively Bay Street, in Port Melbourne, Inspired by Art Deco elements, Milano sophistication and the glamour of the 40's. Original floor to ceiling boards, beautiful lead light windows dating back to the old shop row days when hardware was the trade. A look at the portraits on the walls show a tribute to the very much loved and missed Lloyd and Mary Grand parents whom past in the Black Saturday fires Bryan's food is about strong italian flavours reflected in the abundance of amazing produce availiable locally in Victoria. Bryan is by no means a traditionalist, he believes in the right to be as creative as one desires with what you are inspired with.
This is quality stuff in a great ambience. Starters were scallops and king prawns in garlic aioli. Barramundi mains. Extras - just needed the rocket salad with parmesan, oil and balsamic. Excellent wines too. Service efficient snd with a smile. Pity we only found it on our last night in town...
4 based on 59 reviews
My lunchtime special of burger and beer for $15 was welcome. I had a mushroom burger, but noticed that there were other vegetarian choices from salads, to pizza, to pasta. The only downside with my burger was that the large mushroom had been crumbed and deep fried.
4 based on 86 reviews
I decided to have my birthday here as they have the most amazing singer on the last Sunday of each month from 1pm - 4 pm. I had 12 guests and upon my arrival I learned there was another birthday booked and the place was full to the brim. I chose to have the Feast Banquet, the food came on time and they did not miss a beat. It was simply delicious from the dips and hot bread to the meat balls, pork belly , hams, fish, the food just kept coming and coming, after all of these small plates they then bought out 3 amazing paella, ending with churro & chocolate sauce & coffee's. I could not fault the service , the food or the entertainment. Paul Grant the singer played all the old hit songs and we danced the afternoon away.
Thank you so much El Burro for the experience , we will definitely return.
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