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317 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

8.7
317 reviews
Recommended
(9.4)
Food
(8.7)
Service
(8.7)
Value for money
(8.0)
Atmosphere
(8.4)
Julie

dined on Sat, 9 Jun 2018

(10)
Great staff. Good sized meals and desserts. Ciders are good. A really nice space. It's fabulous on a sunny day.

dined on Tue, 10 Apr 2018

(10)
The food was absolutely delicious and great value. My new local favourite.

dined on Sat, 31 Mar 2018

(10)
Great service, great food. Definitely coming back.

dined on Sat, 24 Mar 2018

(9)
Really enjoyed our lunch here. Yummy food. Everyone really enjoyed their meals and desserts. Service was great, good to see that more than one wait staff covering each table and we didn’t feel forgotten (like a previous occasion). I would say the only drawback that people could be aware of is that it is a very noisy venue. We were there for a busy weekend lunchtime. But people who have trouble hearing conversations with lots of background noise will not enjoy this place.

dined on Thu, 8 Mar 2018

(8)
Lamb shoulder was good in flavour and portion size. Wine was excellent and well priced. Wine tasting before lunch was informative and well done.

dined on Sun, 22 Jul 2018

(9)
Friendly Staff and good food

dined on Fri, 20 Jul 2018

(9)
Enjoyable first visit to the Flying Brick Cider House. Great drink list, Menu with a great choice of dishes and thoroughly enjoyed the live music.

dined on Sun, 15 Jul 2018

(9)
I know it’s a cider house, but would love to have more extensive bar choices for us that don’t drink beer/wine
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About Flying Brick Cider House

Flying Brick Cider finds a home Named after owner Lindsay Sharp’s favourite bird, Flying Brick has become one of Australia’s favourite boutique ciders - and now, the cider brand has its very own home in Wallington. Now cider lovers can come and enjoy great food, listen to live music on Friday nights, enjoy wine, beer - and of course, drinnk plenty of Flying Brick cider. The retro-inspired building on the Bellarine Highway is an innovative space with an alfresco lawn area and plenty of places to plonk down with a tasting paddle. At the helm of the kitchen is colourful culinary personality Dwayne Bourke who brings his serious talent and years of experience to Flying Brick Cider House. Bourke uses apples in various forms of his menu including oysters with shallot and cider vinegar dressing, mussels with cider, applewood-smoked duck breast and an ever-popular tarte tatin. This is the perfect place for a daytrip - just don’t be the designated driver. Best dish: oysters with shallot and cider vinegar dressing

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