Discover the best restaurant in Ringwood, Australia including The Firehouse, Lindos, Thai Tables, Rosebank North, Micheli's Woodfire Pizza & Pasta, Mister Fox, Stirr It Up Cafe, Rubiki, Leaf and Vine, Tokyo Sake
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4 based on 321 reviews
We have been dining at the fire house for over 5 years, Had special birthdays & work breakups in their special dining room areas We cannot fault the food & excellent service, Always look forward to visiting this restaurant Love the menu changes over the...MoreDear PeterFW2000 Thank you for your review & feedback of the Firehouse. We are looking forward seeing you again in 2018 for the next seasonal menu change. Warm regards, Philippe - Restaurant Manager
3.5 based on 141 reviews
A night out for 2 couples. Drink order taken they arrived more than 10 minutes after order taken. Drinks served, included 2 largish bottles of German beer (not a stubby size) no glasses, glasses then arrive. Requested ice for our water brought 2 glasses with ice (for 4 people). Entree good. Main courses 2 arrived 10 minutes before the other 2 meals. 1 person had NO cutlery. The special of the day char grill pork fillet with vegetables and mash was great !! Calamari was excellent.
Other meals fine. Service was not smooth or co-ordinated, and meals for 4 should come out very close to the same time.
Ordered 4 coffees which arrived 15 minutes after ordering.
It could be a good restaurant if there was some direction of how to serve customers.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Rather than drive to Victoria street my friend tammy recommended thai tables and wow what a treat.
The staff are lovely, prices are just right but the quality of the food was outstanding and deliciously delicious.
It looked incredibly fresh and wholesome and im really looking forward to going back.
I will highly recommend and i will definitely be back.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Situated in the heart of Ringwood North lies our lovingly restored Homestead Rosebank. Here we welcome you to a modern Australian-style restaurant and bar - set against stunning period features and idyllic rose Gardens. The perfect place to unwind and enjoy the locally sourced produce and wines that make up our seasonal menu.
The new management has improved this restaurant immensely,
Despite a misunderstanding about food allergies at the start and consequent mix up with one meal, our meals were very good. All of this was apologised for many times.
The staff are friendly and attentive, the atmosphere good and drinks reasonably priced but food is a little pricey for a local restaurant. Most of the tables are set nicely with white table cloths and linen serviettes except for two, one of which was ours, obviously because of the table shape but there are many ways to overcome that problem. Tables look good when you enter the room with the white cloths and sparkling glasses, then you see the cutlery dumped on the side plate. It would be improved immensely if tables were properly set. However these are smaller matters, the food and service are very good. Worth a visit.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Firstly the food is tasty, home made, & served quickly. The gnocchi is always beautifully cooked & consistently fluffy & fresh. The meatballs on the spaghetti are also good, as is the lasagna. However the vegetarian options are limited. A veggie lasagna (without mushrooms) would be welcomed. Despite the large serves, the pasta is expensive, so be prepared to pay for what you get. There are a few negatives, & the lack of garlic bread or garlic focaccia is one of them. They do have a garlic & cheese pizza but it's too thin for our liking & we would prefer to have proper garlic bread. Secondly, this place is so small & the tiny tables so crammed in that it's hard to be comfortable. Bumping elbows with the person sitting next to me is not something I desire whilst eating
out. I wouldn't go here for a romantic meal, but definitely will be back for a quick & filling bite.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
We recently went to a cousin’s afternoon tea party. I was very impressed by how the afternoon panned out. The room was well air conditioned, which was good as it was a very warm day. The service was excellent and the yummy food was continually brought out by the staff. They also made sure that there was plenty to drink, both alcoholic and non- alcoholic.
The staff was also obliging as we were there rather late and they didn’t make any overtures that we were expected to leave.
I would definitely recommend Mister Fox for an afternoon tea birthday party.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
The staff are really happy and friendly
The food is good and about average priced.
The outdoor area is shaded, perhaps a little too close to the highway but not intrusive.
I really do like their coffee and they offer several blends. The wait staff seem to have a passion for coffee.
All up its great location and experience.
4 based on 44 reviews
I recently attended at the café to catch up with a friend. Although it was for quick snack and coffee, the café had a really good atmosphere and relaxing environment. The service was friendly and quick and the snack bacon and egg roll and chocolate and orange muffin were delicious. Well worth the effort to pop in.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
This place is very welcoming; caters for young, old and all in between. They do great coffee and tea and their cakes and slice selections are very, very delicious. Breakfast is outstanding; smashed sweet potato and turmeric with feta for me, zucchini and haloumi fritters for my daughter. Brilliant
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Nice atmosphere, reasonably priced food, and good service from amiable staff.
Wanted to try a new Japanese restaurant as we haven't been happy with our usual after ownership change. Ordered the dishes that we normally order so we could compare. Were pleasantly surprised and will be returning to try more.
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