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Enjoyable meal, attentive & friendly staff. Pleasant surroundings.
Lovely food. Nice atmosphere. Fresh food and delicious desserts.
Great restaurant in an awesome location. Beautiful food and great cocktails.
Good food, very tasty. Was told the fish was Mahi Mahi, but my son and husband know fish and were disappointed. Good value for money, great spot for Mothers Day with gorgeous view of the Shoalhaven River
Very pleasant sojourn at Nowra
I had made a booking for my husbands birthday and had asked for a lovely table close to the water... when we arrived (30mins late - I did call) they hadn’t yet assigned a table for us so we got what ever was available so I guess there is no use in pre booking as you don’t get what you ask for anyhow.
I booked for my friend's 70 th birthday dinner after having previously been happy with the food, wine and service at The Wharf. However I was disappointed and a little embarrassed on behalf of my guests. I booked early and did request a table nearest the river but that is not what we were allocated...in fact the bench seating was not really OK at all. For simplicity we unwisely chose the tasting plate for all of us. I felt the dishes were uneven in size and quality and not worth the $60 per head charged. The main dish beef curry was the most disappointing ...tough and stringy. Service by young staff was on the amateur side. Sorry to be writing this.
Dined for lunch a couple of times. Food is good. Right on the river beautiful relaxing view. Great service.
Great food great service great location What more could you want ?
Beautiful atmosphere, I would say it was the best service we have had in a very long time they made us feel relaxed, food was amazing view was amazing
A lovely environment to enjoy a special occasion. In our case, my parents 59th wedding anniversary- “The Wharf” was quiet and easily accessible for mobility challenged older people. Food was fabulous and cocktails and wine list- excellent.
Good attempt but failed on several fronts namely not enough food for money spent on main meal which was supplemented by chips. Fillet steak over cooked could have supplemented with vegetables rather than chips. Goats cheese tortellini was tasty but not large enough for main meal. Same with dessert - very small portions served.
Confusion between waitresses
Value for money has increased here.. and can’t beat that view!
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Food was very average, after reading reviews I was really excited to try however was very disappointed. The cut of steak was almost inedible and and flavours very bland. All the elements of each dish didn’t quite go together. The service was alright. The views were nice and the dining room was pretty! Cocktails were reasonable priced too and yum!
Wharf Rd has marvelously constructed menus which are innovative but, unlike some others, also delicious. On this occasion, Saturday lunch, there appeared to be only one trained server and two willing but only part capable assistants. They were apologetic and cut some items from the bill, which helps suggest this was an exception.
The Wharf is our 'go to special place'. we love the atmosphere, the views, the service and the fine dinning - what more can we say?
Would not return, great views of the Shoalhaven River being the best part of the experience. Poor service, mixed up orders, lack of attention to detail.
10 Wharf Road, 2541, Nowra (NSW), Australia
Get out of town The days when cities were the only place you could get a gourmet meal in Australia are well and truly over. The regional food scene across the country, and especially in NSW, is experiencing a boom with restaurants celebrating locally sourced produce popping up all over the place. Wharf Rd. is a perfect case in point. Owned and operated by chef David Campbell and partner Nicole (who won over Sydneysiders with the popular café The Book Kitchen in Surry Hills), this charming restaurant is all about freshness and alone is reason enough to visit Nowra. The menu is constantly changing and offers small plates (such as ceviche salad of blackfish on a salt brick) and large plates (like pulled pork shoulder with pumpkin, pearl barley and aji panca) and “bits on the side” that include duck fat potatoes and heirloom tomato salad. However, the best option is the banquet menu that comes with either five or nine courses. It means leaving the food choices up to the chef – but trust us; you’ll be in very safe hands. Best dish: six hour wood fired, milk-fed lamb