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Local cuisine, Cafe, Healthy, Australian, Vegetarian Friendly
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
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Cafe, Healthy, Australian
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Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music, Playgrounds
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Reviewed 23 January 2021 via mobile

We had heard good things and been to their restaurant in Sydney so booked a Friday night dinner got 2 at 8 as it got dark. Found the menu very limited and all the small dishes were cold rather than hot so if wanted cooked...food needed a main. Both specials that night were already gone and the only steak you could order was 800g and $115 which is not an alternative of your wife doesn’t want to share a steak. Nice venue but food overrated unless you love that type of sustainable/organic foodMore

Date of visit: January 2021
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Locura, General Manager at Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2021

Thanks for your honest feedback, without which we couldn’t improve. We have taken your comments seriously and hope you will return so that we can prove to you differently. We would love to hear more about your experience and see how we can improve. Please...More

Reviewed 20 January 2021

Visited a few times on our stay at the Bay. The place is just a slice of paradise. Large venue with multiple spaces but quick service. The food is also delicious. Will not be disappointed.

Date of visit: January 2021
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Locura, General Manager at Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2021

Thanks for your lovely feedback, we are glad that you had a great time, we look forward to seeing you again!

Reviewed 19 January 2021 via mobile

I wrote a review awhile back saying that the Farm treated coffee and cake clients as second class citizens. I would like to congratulate the Farm for addressing this situation by providing tables and chairs in the gardens for casual clients to sit at once...they have bought their coffee and tart. Well done ‘The Farm’.More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Locura, General Manager at Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2021

Thanks for the review, we look forward to welcoming you back next time!

Reviewed 18 January 2021

We visited yesterday for our wedding anniversary and had a wonderful experience. We were seated 15 mins before our booking (as we arrived early), the host was so friendly and asked about what bought us to Byron, then returned moments later with complimentary glasses of...sparkling wine for our anniversary! Such a thoughtful touch. I ordered the Barramundi which was to die for! So delicate and the accompaniments were perfect, my husband ordered the Porcetta which was equally as tasty and went so well with the davidson plum, just exquisite! The ambience in the restaurant was really pleasant, relaxed and fun, you didnt feel rushed and all of the staff we interacted with were so friendly and engaging. We will definitely be back again soon, perhaps for breakfast next time! Keep up the amazing work 3BD, our fav place in Byron!More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Locura, General Manager at Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2021

Thanks for your lovely feedback, we are glad that you had a great time, we look forward to seeing you again!

Reviewed 17 January 2021 via mobile

Lovely experience, kids had a ball. We sat near the ‘chicken and rooster’ who sit on chairs. You can pat them. Service was great. Took a while for mains to come out. The farm has a playground and grassed area so all kids hung out...there. Kids meals limited to only 3. Bread with salty butter delicious!More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Locura, General Manager at Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 17 January 2021

Thanks for your lovely feedback, we are glad that you had a great time, we look forward to seeing you again!

Reviewed 10 January 2021 via mobile

A gorgeous place for brunch, and to take in the farmland. A delightful way to spend your morning, an imaginative and healthy menu, real commitment to sustainability and a lovely stroll through the cafe and onto the farm. Walking through the macadamia nut trees afterwards...was wonderful. Staff are friendly and attentive. Will be back!More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed 8 January 2021 via mobile

Nice farm to fork concept All meals were immaculate Service was Uber friendly and cool Nothing too hard for staff

Date of visit: January 2021
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Locura, General Manager at Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 10 January 2021

Thank you for your lovely review!

Reviewed 7 January 2021

This restaurant is very popular. You absolutely need to book as it is so popular. Variety of menu options including vegan. All the food or most of it is grown on The Farm on site. Trendy. Not overly expensive with a range of choices. Not...a quiet place to eat as it is always busy and popular with families with young children. Highly recommend. Nice shop as well with flowers, plants, herbs and produce.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 5 January 2021

My wife booked many weeks in advance for a 9:00 am breakfast on 2 January 2021. We were expecting the "best breakfast around" but it wasn't! The menu was intricate and involved and need much study before deciding. We both chose the "Avocado hummus, charred...corn, sunflower, sprouts, pickled chilli, poached eggs, toasted sourdough bagel (df, v)" but I swopped the poached eggs for scrambled eggs. My wife asked the waitress (a tall dark haired girl with a rather haughty attitude) if she could have her poached eggs "medium, but not runny" and was told,quote : "you can have them hard or soft". My wife agreed to "hard". We also ordered a flat white and a cappuccino coffee. Both coffees arrived after a longer time than expected and both were lukewarm at best. NOT too good. We then waited ages for breakfast - It arrived and my scrambled eggs were COLD; the pickled chilli was 3 tiny slices ordinary tasteless chilli; the toasted bagel was only half a bagel and it was rock hard (read toasted a long time before landing on the plate) and only one half of the bagel The charred corn was cold and I'm not sure why the word 'charred'was used to describe it. My wife food was the same except that her poached eggs were more hard boiled than poached. $ 22 each was not good value. Our waitress could not be attracted by either of us but eventually a male waiter come over a we ordered two more coffee's. They were ok. 'Three Blue Ducks' was more like 'A Couple of Lame Ducks'.We wont be going back.More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed 30 December 2020 via mobile

Came for breakfast - We booked in advance & caught the bus there from Byron. Byron village itself has such incredible spots for brunch, and unfortunately this didn’t live up to the standard. We arrived to chaos in the main shed, people everywhere, no proper...queuing system between the take away, the coffee area, the shop & people with reservations. They really need to improve that, especially in the current COVID climate. No social distancing whatsoever. We were seated, and ordered our tea & coffee- the coffee arriving cold, and the tea tepid. Disappointing. Our food arrived, nice - but tiny portion, 1/2 a poppy seed bagel served per person with the avocado eggs. Tasty but TINY. We both left hungry unfortunately which isn’t great when we just parted with $60. The staff seemed exceptionally busy, literally rushing around the place. Not once did anyone come to us to check if we were okay for anything. Very poor service really. They definitely need more staff in here. The setting is nice. However, there seems to be no link between the menu & the farm - which was disappointing. I was expecting a menu based on the produce from the farm. My partner ordered a coffee to go before we left, he waited for over half an hour at the queue - only to be told the y had forgotten his order. Again, they need more staff. It’s a terribly busy environment, not necessarily the relaxing escape to the country you might think!! I wouldn’t recommend eating - overpriced & overrated.More

Date of visit: December 2020
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Lou P
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The food and bar menus are restaurant quality ( nice cocktails) but the atmosphere is relaxed and casual. I wasn't there for dinner but it seems much more a lunch place on a beautiful Byron day
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It is licensed. Mind you I havent asked them if I could bring our own. Sorry for not being 100%.
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