Flying Brick Cider House

Average price $45
267 reviews

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Average price $45 Special request

Scores & Reviews

Very good
based on 267 reviews
Only customers who have dined at the restaurant after booking on TheFork can leave a review.
Food :8.5/10
Service :8.2/10
Setting :8.3/10
  1. Louise K.
    • one review

    Terrible first impression, we were meet by a really grumpy lady. Service was slow and we had to constantly ask where thing were. Food was okay but serves were small.

  2. Bernadette M.
    • one review

    Waiter was the bomb, service excellent, knowledge fabulous. Food delicious and drinks good selection.

  3. Annabelle T.
    • one review

    Very enjoyable Would visit again Would take tourists Good casual dining Staff were generally friendly We didn’t know a reward point system existed! Thank you

  4. Ann P.
    • one review

    Great food and plenty of gluten free food

  5. Nick R.
    • one review

    Great place great atmosphere but the $30 charge for eating a cake is ridiculous.

  6. A A.
    • 264 reviews

    We had a great time food and service was awesome. The staff were really accommodating and added extra lemon to the desert to give it more of a lemon zing. My parter said it was the best lemon desert he has had at restaurant ever! Will definitely be back!

  7. A A.
    • 277 reviews

    Service a little slow (took 50 mins to get our food) but that’s probably because it was Father’s Day. Food was really good, lots of room for kids to run around, nice coffee, wait staff friendly. Would definitely go again.

  8. A A.
    • 283 reviews

    Took a long time to get a table despite booking. Even longer to get a drink. Food was prepared quickly but the burger bread was definitely stale and crumbled. Disappointing choice for Father’s Day. The vegan tasting platter was also quite ordinary. Best thing on the table was the chips

  9. Claire P.
    • one review

    I didn’t like having a deadline as to when my enjoyment of the food & restaurant would be up & then having to move on (was told a 2hr time limit). I felt I was constantly watching the clock & found it difficult to enjoy myself. The main meal size was small (prawns) & wasn’t filling & I did not expect this. The kids had a great time outside on the grass however their chicken & fish was very dry & neither ate a full meal. The abundance of lettuce on their plates was a complete waste. Not many kids are huge lettuce eaters but cucumber however I have always found a hit with kids. Perhaps this could be suggested to the chefs.

  10. A A.
    • 273 reviews

    Great family lunch.

  11. Izzy L.
    • one review

    Love flying brick a great night out with friends and always friendly service!

  12. A A.
    • 264 reviews

    I thought although the food was good it was pricey

  13. A A.
    • 264 reviews

    Enjoyed our meal and service was fantastic

  14. A A.
    • 257 reviews

    Food was great , service was really good until the main course had been finished then not so good.

  15. Lucy J.
    • one review

    Table wasnt ready,then very slow service in resturaunt

  16. A A.
    • 267 reviews

    Table service was very poor - we still had mains dishes on the table when they brought desert and we had to keep asking for water, and towards then end no ne came near us so we could ask for more water. The jaffa chocolate dessert was very dry and caught in your throat when you ate it.

  17. A A.
    • 248 reviews

    Service is good food is good but too much like a higher class Mac Donald’s too many children running around, good for families I guess but no good for couples wanting a quiet dinner together, we ate as quick as we could and got out of there

  18. A A.
    • 256 reviews

    Great food and service

  19. Dave K.
    • 28 reviews

    Great food. Great service

  20. Sarah G.
    • one review

    Need to make people aware at time of booking that payments can’t be split so that guests can be prepared before they arrive as there’s is not ATM available

More information

How to get to the restaurant

1251–1269 Bellarine Hwy, 3222, Wallington, Australia

About the restaurant

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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