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766 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

8.6
766 reviews
Recommended
(8.8)
Food
(8.7)
Service
(8.7)
Value for money
(7.7)
Atmosphere
(8.8)
David

dined on Tue, 24 Apr 2018

(10)
This was our second visit to Wharf Rd. Restaurant & Bar and yet again the food was terrific, the service was great, and the view was amazing!
laura

dined on Sat, 20 Jan 2018

(9)
beautiful - so glad to have stopped in. laid back and elegant room, lovely food and a delightful spot by the river...

dined on Wed, 3 Jan 2018

(6)
The food was ok, fried fish and chips was good, with the smoked bass the sauce was lacking in flavour.

dined on Fri, 29 Dec 2017

(9)
Lovely atmosphere and views. Food was pleasant and enjoyable.

dined on Sun, 24 Dec 2017

(7)
Enjoyed a lovely meal at Wharf Rd. It is good that the menu changes and always has a focus on clean food.

dined on Sun, 10 Jun 2018

(8)
Great local produce used, enjoyed in a nice atmosphere
Leonie

dined on Thu, 7 Jun 2018

(10)
Degustation menu was beautiful but the courses were brought out too quickly.
Christine

dined on Wed, 30 May 2018

(10)
Unfortunately it was a very cold day when we dined at Wharf Rd and the restaurant was cold and it appeared hard to heat it. Food and service was fabulous.
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About Wharf Rd. Restaurant & Bar

Get out of town The days when cities were the only place you could get a gourmet meal in Australia are well and truly over. The regional food scene across the country, and especially in NSW, is experiencing a boom with restaurants celebrating locally sourced produce popping up all over the place. Wharf Rd. is a perfect case in point. Owned and operated by chef David Campbell and partner Nicole (who won over Sydneysiders with the popular café The Book Kitchen in Surry Hills), this charming restaurant is all about freshness and alone is reason enough to visit Nowra. The menu is constantly changing and offers small plates (such as ceviche salad of blackfish on a salt brick) and large plates (like pulled pork shoulder with pumpkin, pearl barley and aji panca) and “bits on the side” that include duck fat potatoes and heirloom tomato salad. However, the best option is the banquet menu that comes with either five or nine courses. It means leaving the food choices up to the chef – but trust us; you’ll be in very safe hands. Best dish: six hour wood fired, milk-fed lamb

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Reviews we love

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