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Total Dimmi Score

8.4
1060 reviews
Recommended
(8.5)
Food
(8.4)
Service
(8.5)
Value for money
(7.7)
Atmosphere
(8.2)

dined on Sun, 7 Jan 2018

(7)
The atmosphere in Swan Valley was pleasant. It is a simple casual alfresco style restaurant surrounded by vineyards outside. Maison St Honore, the macaron factory, is located in the adjacent block. In terms of the dishes ...The blue cheese gnocchi was delicious, as were the crepes suzette. We had the rib eye steak which was nicely done. Some of the desserts (poached pear, fondant) were rather small, with just one element on the plate. The prawns did not taste like they were freshly peeled. The cost her head is pricey, on par with the likes of Bistro Guillaume and other five star restaurants

dined on Sun, 7 Jan 2018

(9)
always very enjoyable . Our waitress Valerie really adds to the day
Dave Higgs

dined on Sun, 7 Jan 2018

(8)
Will have to go back again.
Lothar

dined on Fri, 5 Jan 2018

(8)
Very friendly, good food, nice French style, quite unexpected for a winery restaurant in WA
Samantha

dined on Fri, 5 Jan 2018

(10)
Delicious food and great service

dined on Sat, 23 Dec 2017

(10)
Fantastic as always

dined on Sat, 23 Dec 2017

(7)
The staff were welcoming and very Lovely
Daphne Dhimitri

dined on Fri, 22 Dec 2017

(10)
My family and I found this little gem of a restaurant and winery by per accident and are so thrilled that we did. This is my favourite place for dining and ambience

dined on Sun, 17 Dec 2017

(8)
staff were attentive. food quality was fantastic.

dined on Sun, 17 Dec 2017

(7)
The duck confit we ordered was a bit dry. Crème Brulee was lovely.
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About Fillaudeau's Cafe Restaurant

A Touch of Provence It’s hard not to imagine you’re in the French countryside when you tuck into Fillaudeau’s flavoursome cuisine inspired by traditional French cooking. It’s contemporary fare that harks back to fulsome feasts from the days of Balzac and Renoir. In fact, you’ll feel like you’re in a Renoir painting when you sit in their glorious outdoor courtyard, sipping on one (or two or three) of their selection of the finest Pinelli wines. The seafood pasta has freshly caught scallops and prawns in a tasty mushroom sauce with shredded carrot and fennel. If you want some help with the menu, the staff are always enormously helpful and friendly. Fillaudeau’s is well worth finding your way to: a hidden gem in Caversham; but be warned, once you’ve tried it, it’ll be hard not to keep going back. Best dish: Beef Bourguignon

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