- Entrees under $10
- Mains under $30
- BYO (Wine Only)
- Licensed and BYO
- Group Bookings
I have always ordered or eaten in at this place and been a regular customer for the past 4 years spending at least $50 per visit for takeaway and even more to eat in.
Lately my orders have been wrong, food tastes like its been microwaved and chicken and beef have smelt a little off / old .
I agree with other reviews re not getting proper meals whilst eating in and have had this exact senario several times .
Pity they have now lost a loyal customer as I have given up eating there.
What a joke! Having reserved a table, one would have thought it would be easy. Our order was taken and sometime later we noticed a confused waitress with one bowl of rice standing aimless in the centre looking around before returning to the kitchen, she then emerged with the same bowl of rice and came to our table hoping it was for us. This should have been a red flag. There were 7 of us and to we only received 3 meals and 2 lots of rice, several times they tried to serve us meals that we did not order, which they took back to the kitchen each time. we confirmed with them on several occassion what we had order. But then again another waitress came and told us you order fish sweet and sour, fried wontons etc before being interrupted by another waitress who explained that was order by the next table and once again we gave them details of the 4 meals we were still waiting on. Long story short although they were apologetic about it and it having, been thereread more
Kilmore Place is located in a charming old building with red brick walls, polished floor boards, high cathedral style ceiling and a pretty stained glass window on the back wall. It appears to be an old church that has been refurbished and has an old-world charm.
The meals delicious and fresh and not overly greasy like some Chinese food.
You can eat in or take away but I suggest eating in and enjoying the ambience.