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dined on Fri, 4 Nov 2016

Beautiful night with lovely food. This is a regular go-to for a special occasion.

dined on Thu, 3 Nov 2016

Poor wine selection 9 course degustation menu - 3 courses pleasant, 3 coursesjust OK and 3 courses inedible

dined on Thu, 3 Nov 2016

Service was professional and very pleasant. Wagyu tumeric curry fantastic and duck also. The back garden is a nice spot to have a glass of wine beforehand. Thoroughly enjoyable.

dined on Sat, 29 Oct 2016

We were very disappointed with this restaurant. The food was very average and not to the standard that we were expecting. It was ordinary and bland. The service, however, was good. Our wait person had plenty of personality and we enjoyed our exchanges with her.
Paul Johnston

dined on Fri, 28 Oct 2016

Really special again style restaurant highlighting local ingredients

dined on Sat, 22 Oct 2016

Service has noticeably improved since our previous visits!

dined on Sat, 15 Oct 2016

Need some new additions to menu

dined on Sat, 15 Oct 2016

The food is outstanding

dined on Mon, 10 Oct 2016

Beautiful food, expensive but nice for a special occasion
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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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