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Value for money

dined on Sun, 8 Oct 2017

Set lunch menu was good value - includes bread, entrée, main and drink for $35 p/p.

dined on Sat, 2 Sep 2017

Great Australian Native food

dined on Wed, 19 Jul 2017

Great food, fabulous service & fantastic views. Had a very relaxing lunch.

dined on Sat, 24 Jun 2017

Great menu options. Delicious fresh food.
Libin Jose

dined on Sun, 28 May 2017

Well done according to our needs
Thomas Treasure

dined on Mon, 1 May 2017

Absolutely fantastic food. Expensive but worth it. Ordered food and it was on the table 30min later! Excellent service. Something we will do every year

dined on Sun, 8 Oct 2017

Wine list awful
I don't know how you could write that our wine list is awful. We have have an award winning wine list that features very interesting and hard to find Australian wines. I don't think you know what you what you are talking about.
Restaurant Ochre Restaurant responded on Thu, 12 Oct 2017

dined on Fri, 6 Oct 2017

Absolutely appalling food taste less and gluggy!

dined on Fri, 6 Oct 2017

Overall a decent restaurant along the marina. Pork belly and scallop is always excellent, however sometimes service can be a little slow and staff inattentive. Will visit again for the food though!
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About Ochre Restaurant

Go native Ochre Restaurant has been wowing Cairns locals and tourists alike for more than 20 years with its fresh take on local produce that manages to showcase such tricky ingredients such as crocodile and wallaby with real flair. If you can, try to snaffle a table on the pavement to really get the full Cairns experience. Somehow the fresh seafood, native game and bush foods such as tempura Gulf bugs on lemongrass with a green papaya salad and sweet chilli lemon myrtle dipping sauce, or the salt and native pepper leaf crocodile and prawns taste even more authentic that way. If you’re game, leave it to the Chef and opt for the Taste of Australia Ochre platter, a four-course set menu. If you prefer a la carte, then make sure you leave room for the desserts, which, if you’re lucky, might be the wattle seed pavlova or the pandanus panna cotta with a native tamarind coulis. Best dish: Wallaby topside slow-roasted in saltbush

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