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dined on Sun, 7 Sep 2014

The beer garden is supposed to be 'covered', but with the wind and weather, we were uncomfortable and felt exposed. The tables were sticky and the food came out all over the place so we were all eating at different times and not together. Not ideal when you go there as a family group. The band was great and the service was friendly. We wouldn't go back though.

dined on Sun, 7 Sep 2014

It looked dirty when we first arrived . My glass still had lipstick stains on it. It was cold sitting outside ,as there was no outdoor heating for comfort. On a positive note the service was good and the place has a very nice selection of beers and cider.

dined on Sun, 24 Aug 2014

Food drinks and music fantastic a hidden gem

dined on Sun, 3 Aug 2014

It needs to be renovated - could have a lovely alfresco area with a but if work. Also the singer was good but way too loud. When she was singing we couldn't speak to each other at all

dined on Sun, 29 Jun 2014

Food was fabulous, however, because it was busy we didn't have anyone clear our plates or ask if we wanted dessert or coffee, but otherwise, nice spot for a Sunday session. Lovely atmosphere!

dined on Sun, 27 Apr 2014

Food was great; 4 of us tried 4 different meals and all were good. Atmosphere is great, staff friendly and owner Graeme was there talking to people. Food was fast and we thoroughly enjoyed our Sunday lunch.

dined on Sun, 23 Mar 2014

Quirky place hidden away. Drinks were good, atmosphere was good too, with live band on every sunday at 2pm. Food was average to be fair. Asked for no mayo on BLT, girl wrote it down too, it came with Mayo, by the time that was all sorted the rest of us had finished meal. Pizzas looked good.

dined on Sun, 16 Mar 2014

We live local to Ironbark have been many times. The only thing is on several separate occasions the Pear Cider has not agreed with some of our guests. Thought could be a one off but has happened a few times with different groups of people. Also could have more vegetarian options on the menu.
We use real fruit in all our ciders, not extract. Pear is one of the most fibrous fruits so yes if you aren't used to our pure fruit cider you may have a slight detox. It's also our most popular cider but we make another 4 types also. Have you tried our new apple and coconut cider? We have 12 vegetarian options on our menu also. Hope to see you see back here.
Bronwyn Schrocker, Ironbark Brewery responded on Tue, 18 Mar 2014

dined on Sun, 9 Mar 2014

Great staff :)
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About Ironbark Brewery

Honest Aussie Tucker Come and how the delicious meal in a beautiful alfresco beer garden located only 20 minutes from Perth, in the picturesque Swan Valley. The Ironbark has a great, down-to-earth atmosphere and Graeme, the owner, is always happy to talk to his customers about his fine handcrafted, award-winning beer and cider, as well as the local Swan Valley wines. If you have a big appetite try tucking into the Stockman’s Grilled Corned Beef Baguette, or "The Big Mallee Bull", a huge triple-decker scotch fillet steak with egg and salad. Try washing it down with their popular Pear Cider, or try their new Coconut and Apple Cider. All their ciders are made with fresh fruit. They have a lunch special on Wednesday to Friday and there is a kids’ menu too with a "Nemo Special" of Tempura Fish Nuggets and chips or wedges. Best dish: Marinated Chicken Tenderloins

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