Food was well below average. Ordered medium rare steak and it was overcooked. But more importantly the meat didn't seem to be good quality.
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Three main courses were great ie calamari and steaks but fish was obviously cooked in low heat oil as it was mushy and very oily. We arrived late and guests had started to leave still it took 45 minutes for the food to arrive. The...More
Guys you've hit the jackpot foodwise, service and kids menu's .. but please please ... let there be some music ... just background music at least .. so canteen like walking in with visitors in toe and feeling quite embrassed after raving about ur restaurant...More
Menu is standard fayre for proper restaurant dining with a European feel and prices reasonable. We had been recommended this particular establishment and were therefore looking forward to a warming experience. Alas, it did not deliver on any front. The service was chaotic with no...More
Three Wild Ducks is a restaurant I'd like to visit again. We took advantage of their lunch special of one course (a "small plate" or a flatbread with salad or chips) and a glass of wine for $19.95 which proved to ge excellent value. The...More
We had two of their lunch specials about $20.00 each including a glass of house wine. The portions were small but excellent quality ,well presented on the plate ,staff were helpful in choosing .We had the Calamari small plate and the Chicken ,salami and choritzo...More
Nicely located at the end of the Mt Eliza Village (or the beginning – depending on which part of the world you’re coming from), Three Wild Ducks (have they changed their name?) has lovely ambiance, comfortable seats and quite good service. The menu seemed reasonable,...More