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dined on Sat, 20 May 2017

We loved it! The food was just amazing! Thank you

dined on Sat, 20 May 2017

Highly recommended!!

dined on Sun, 14 May 2017

Food terrible overpriced. Service slow

dined on Sat, 6 May 2017

The food was amazing!!

dined on Sat, 6 May 2017

This was our second dinner here. Fantastic food, best restaurant in the area. A little expensive for the portion sizes.

dined on Sat, 6 May 2017

Very friendly and good food.

dined on Fri, 5 May 2017

The portions were extremely small, even for fine dinning standards. Unfortunately the food was was a bit hit and miss. Had the brussel sprouts which were great. The duck 3 ways was good, but the wagu beef brisket was a let down. The sauce was heavily laden with fish sauce, which is all we could taste - unpleasantly fishy and super salty.

dined on Sat, 29 Apr 2017

This is our favourite restaurant in the Region! Wouldn't change a thing!!!

dined on Mon, 24 Apr 2017

The food here was incredible, and they were able to cater for my dietary requirements (gluten free). Amazing! Will definitely visit again!
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About Hungry Duck

South for the winter The gentle rolling hills of Berry are a popular destination for city slickers wanting a bit of green and fresh air – and eateries like Hungry Duck are an equally motivating reason to head south for the winter – or any time of year, for that matter. Hungry Duck is helmed by chef David Campbell whose impressive cooking pedigree includes stints at Wockpool and Billy Kwong. As the name implies, duck features heavily on the menu, with duck three ways (duck spring roll, rare caramelised breast meat and a crisp Szechuan peppered leg) a hit with regulars. Open 6 days for dinner only (no BYO Friday and Saturday), bookings are essential if you want the opportunity to try the Jervis Bay squid chips, crab ravioli, wok-fried saltbush lamb or the Wagyu cheek and tail dumplings. As you can see, the menu is a paean to fresh, local produce cooked in traditional Asian style with a welcome twist. Leave room for dessert, though – you won’t want to miss out on the kaffir and Tahitian lime tart or the warm chocolate fondant with strawberry and lychee sorbet. This cosy diner even has an outdoor area, perfect for summer dining. Best dish: Duck spring rolls

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