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Mark Labrooy

Mark’s career started after finishing high school in 1999, landing an apprenticeship at Bennelong. Opting out of fine dining, he was invited to run café Morso and became a registered buyer at the Sydney Fish Markets before heading to Europe in 2004 - snowboarding through winter and surfing through summer in the French, Portuguese, Spanish and Moroccan coastlines while cooking in chalets. In 2008, Mark set up residence in Zurich until 2010 when the idea behind Three Blue Ducks came to fruition.

1071 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

8
1071 reviews
Recommended
(8.3)
Food
(7.9)
Service
(8.4)
Value for money
(7.4)
Atmosphere
(8.2)

dined on Sat, 24 Aug 2019

(2)
Cold burnt food Meals not delivered for all persons at the same time Tough meat Menu choice very limited especially for sweets

dined on Thu, 8 Aug 2019

(3)
Was looking forward to shepherds pie or slow cooked lamb as per good food August 6th unfortunately not on the limited menu we had . Terrible wine list only one Sauvignon Blanc by the glass which was the worst I’ve experienced settled for a Riesling which wasn’t much better wouldn’t go back sorry

dined on Sat, 27 Jul 2019

(8)
We've been meaning to come here for years. It mostly lived up to expectations. The beef bao as a special for entree was delicious. I had the mussel and fish stew, which was very light on fish and I found it a bit too soupy; would have preferred a thicker sauce. But it was tasty. Everyone else enjoyed their gnocchi, risotto and chicken very much. HOWEVER, once again, I need to talk about the music in Sydney restaurants. Why why why does it have to be so loud, and why why why was it kind of weird head banging bar type music last night? We go out to dinner to enjoy the food and friends, not to listen to loud music and the choice of the staff. I usually ask politely (I hope ) if it can be turned down, but my husband thinks I complain about it too much. Last night was not terrible, but not great either.
Jackie

dined on Sat, 17 Feb 2018

(9)
Great food and excellent service although a little slow at times

dined on Sat, 17 Feb 2018

(7)
It’s a nice little spot for brunch and the food is great, but it’s a little overpriced.
Matt

dined on Thu, 15 Feb 2018

(9)
Second time there, will definitely go back again.

dined on Thu, 15 Feb 2018

(10)
Both the meals we had we're thoroughly enjoyed and you actually feel like you are doing something good for yourself eating there. So fresh and healthy!
Geoff

dined on Sat, 10 Feb 2018

(9)
had great food and wine and i great environment. love it every time we go there

dined on Fri, 9 Feb 2018

(3)
Great service but unfortunately food left a lot to be desired. My pasta was cold and felt was not prepared with love.
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About Three Blue Ducks

Duck Duck Mousse Why have a restaurant in Bronte if you’re not going to source the local produce? There are some delicious fresh vegies and meats from the surrounding areas that make Bronte a great place to set up shop. Three Blue Ducks take full advantage of the local goods, and the home-grown and fresh ingredients are part of what make the food here so good. This in combination with innovative recipes from their team in the kitchen makes this place really stand out. They’re a community oriented little cafe-restaurant so supporting locals and having sustainable practices is important to them. They take pride in the delicious meals that they create without undue harm to the environment – bonza! Eating out at Three Blue Ducks is casual, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t done in style! Even their menu selections sound both smart and delicious. For started, you might try some kangaroo tartare on olive bread, and for mains, you might go for some sesame crusted kingfish. The main thing that the chefs want is for you to share, so you can try as many of their artisan crafted delicacies as possible. Don’t be greedy! Bring your friends. Three Blue ducks will make your time here a treasure. Best dish: pork belly kimchi

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