Been here two times now and walked out so satisfied both times. I wish this new place the best luck in the future we will be here quite regularly I think! Price is great for quality of product.
The Duck Pancakes - perfect! The All-Star Roast - wow! The Iced Latte - yeah! I'll be back - awesome, thanks Roast'D team.
Lovely food! Pecking duck is amazing, glad we don’t need to travel far now to have one. Will definitely return.
Wasnt overly happy with the food, i have eaten of lot of pork and duck dishes overtime, and i found that there sauce they use is too sweet actually everything we ate was sweet , fried rice etc.... and my daughters roast pork on noodles was very unpleasant to eat tasted like the noodles were drowned in sesame oil yucky tbh who wants to taste that, it was really strong tasting my daughter didnt end up eating it, and also i dont like cucumbers and ginger but thats what they garnish the side plates with very yucky agen, I ordered roast pork and rice,not roast pork rice ginger and cucumber????Not the one guys... we were the first ones there and we had nearly an hour wait i think they were making all the uber eats orders first...overall will not be going back i like my chinese food and that was not to impress... wont be going back what a shame its in such a lovely location clean but the food is not nice sorry my opinion ??
Very disappointed in the atmosphere, were squeezed in between tables and the chairs were patched up with tape. The service was very very poor, people waiting for meals 15 minutes after others were served. Even when asked for meals we were handed our meal to serve ourselves
Service was a bit unsure of what the dishes were and forgot a couple of meals
Yesterday they dint have enough staff and table not big enough
Very slow with delivering the meal for myself everyone else go there real quick but for me no.
Food is OK. Value for money.
Great for a night out with friends
Really nice waiting staff and just the small things like giving an option for either a plastic or glass cup for the kids drink :D
The entrees seemed like they were heated not freshly cooked, one of the drinks was filled with ice and no liquid. Service wasn’t very good and the kitchen area looked cluttered and unclean
The service was great, everyone so friendly. The food though was fantastic! Portions really good. If you managed to finish your plate then you definitely would be full!! Will definitely visit again.
Food delicious. A bit noisy.
We were the only people in there so there was no atmosphere. Food was okay not terrible and not wonderful. The lady that served us was pleasant enough.
This used to be our favourite restaurant but after the last two times going there, we will not return. The food is still good but the service is terrible. Last time we waited an hour for our food, this time 2 hours. We had to ask several times where our drinks were, one in particular took an hour to come, and then when we eventually got our food at 8.46 (our booking was 6.30), the portions were alot smaller than usual. Very disappointed as this was our "traditional" Mothers and Fathers Day venue, next year we will go somewhere else.
Over all it was a nice place to eat.
We enjoyed a pleasant family outing.
Had a great, cheap meal. Seemed to also be very popular as a take away restaurant.
248 Clyde Rd, 3806, Berwick, Australia
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