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Despite the fact we personally attended the restaurant only days prior and booked for a birthday party on a Friday night and left our name and contact details when we arrived it was closed. No phone call nothing. Result - One birthday ruined. Moral of the Story - Check reviews prior to booking (We would have seen this is the norm for this place)
Not. Even half a star . booked for
a Christmas day lunch 1pm . drive up from Sydney ,got stuck in traffic and called to tell them we were running late. Nobody answered we left a message, bit later we called again , left another message. Finally arrived and it was closed. Don't waste your money going somewhere that's run with people Like that !!!!
It was horrible, no butter knife to go with your bread, didn't take away our wine glasses even though we told the wait staff we don't be drinking wine, wait staff had no idea what was on the menu and were very slow, food was very slow to come out and when it came out the bread provincal looked like someone has regurgitated on it and almost every ingredient was unidentifyable and the only thing you could taste was burning from too much raw garlic. The blue cheese souffle was ok and the pork belly entree was good. The confit duck leg was poorly done and wasn't falling of the bone like it should the roulade was just weird. The cutlets my partner said was alright but the cauliflower gratin was almost inedable... We didn't wait for desert as we didn't want to wait another hour for them to come out, was way too over priced for what was received you would expect that kind of pricing at roberts in the hunter... Will never go back again.