406 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

8.4
406 reviews
Recommended
(9.0)
Food
(8.3)
Service
(8.4)
Value for money
(8.0)
Atmosphere
(8.3)

dined on Sat, 20 Apr 2019

(9)
One of our favourite places to dine on the Bellarine peninsular.

dined on Fri, 19 Jul 2019

(10)
Great food nice ambiance log fire

dined on Sun, 14 Jul 2019

(9)
Put in a request for a nice table near the fire which i wasnt sure would be possible but it was honoured which was fantastic. Was a lovely experience all round so thank you

dined on Sat, 13 Jul 2019

(10)
Awesome food and amazing cider varieties - shame they don’t bottle the raspberry cider. Chocolate fondant for dessert was amazing. Will definitely come back as quality of food was outstanding

dined on Sat, 6 Jul 2019

(9)
Charcuterie plate was awesome . Great views . Good atmosphere

dined on Sat, 6 Jul 2019

(10)
Great place for family and friends

dined on Fri, 5 Jul 2019

(9)
great food, reasonable prices, quite trendy

dined on Fri, 5 Jul 2019

(7)
The flavours of the prawns was lovely but as a main meal not filling as needed actual noodles or something ☹️

dined on Fri, 5 Jul 2019

(9)
Our large family group were all very happy with the food, drinks and service from The Flying Brick Cider House and will be back. The staff were very helpful with our special occasion.
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About Flying Brick Cider House

Flying Brick Cider finds a home Named after owner Lindsay Sharp’s favourite bird, Flying Brick has become one of Australia’s favourite boutique ciders - and now, the cider brand has its very own home in Wallington. Now cider lovers can come and enjoy great food, listen to live music on Friday nights, enjoy wine, beer - and of course, drinnk plenty of Flying Brick cider. The retro-inspired building on the Bellarine Highway is an innovative space with an alfresco lawn area and plenty of places to plonk down with a tasting paddle. At the helm of the kitchen is colourful culinary personality Dwayne Bourke who brings his serious talent and years of experience to Flying Brick Cider House. Bourke uses apples in various forms of his menu including oysters with shallot and cider vinegar dressing, mussels with cider, applewood-smoked duck breast and an ever-popular tarte tatin. This is the perfect place for a daytrip - just don’t be the designated driver. Best dish: oysters with shallot and cider vinegar dressing

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