Established in 1826, The Mean Fiddler prides itself on being number one for everyone, whether it is children, parents or the young who wish to party. Occupying a large complex at Rouse Hill, this venue has a range of drinking areas including the Irish-inspired pub and The Woolshed; the latter has been converted from an iconic Australian building to a clubbing experience, with an impressive lighting and sound system. Meanwhile, you can also dine at The Mean Fiddler on classic pub fare. This part of the complex is particularly family friendly during the day.
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I Went to the fiddler glow party last friday and had the BEST night. there was glowing furniture and really cool stuff around and free givaways. I stayed downstairs in the sub bar and the music was BANGIN! I recomend the fid to anybody who want a mad night out on friday
Hadn't been there for close to 15 years so when I went last Sunday, I was impressed at how it had changed. The original pub still there but now with more open space and courtyards. Live Irish band in one pub on Sunday and in the other bar, a rock and roll band. Both superb atmosphere. Choose your mood for the night or watch one of the huge TV screens outside while your kids run around.
Fantastic venue for families and children. The courtyard has a beautiful atmosphere and the food menu is very extensive. There is even an ice-creamery for dessert if you don't want to order off the menu.
The inside of the Fiddler is worth having a look at due to all the memorabilia. On cold winter nights they light the fire places. It is great for a night out with friends.