Desserts lacked flair and were very mainstream. Sandwiches were stale and unspectacular. Coffee was ok. Service was fine. Way overpriced and worth a third of what we paid.
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Slow service and even slower food to the table made my last visit here unforgettable for the wrong reasons Shame it never lived up to the potential of our first visit there.
We had a couple of really good meals here and then made the mistake of taking some friends out for dinner. What a cluster ****. It was most probably one of the most embarrassing nights of my life as every dish came out sub standard.
My family (5 of us) went in with high expectations of this so-called "French" restaurant because we found it in the Gold section of the Sydney and Sydney North Entertainment Book 2014 - 2015. We entered a quarter-filled restaurant at 7:30pm on a Saturday and...More
We went back to Little Darling Diner, to learn that it is under new management/ownership. It has been remodelled inside and changed its name to Darling Diner. Dinner was VERY good though wines a bit expensive per glass. I think the chef is new as...More
Randomly stopping in for a pre - moving - day chai; we decided the barista did such a great job and went back for seconds! The perfect equation of soy, honey, chai tea and cinnamon had made me want to high five the dude that...More
I recently enjoyed brunch with friends at this establishment and the service was great and the food terrific - try the Salsa Eggs!
I attended a high tea recently and if it wasn't for the company I would've walked out the food was average eg., the sandwiches were dry and tasteless the scones were like rockcakes and a couple of the stuff rude one waitress gave me my...More
The little darling diner appears welcoming, the decor pleasant and warm, pastries in the display counter so/ so compared to some other places along Darling Street. What absolutely doesn't work with the whole vibe of the diner i.e. cherubs and fleur de lis is the...More
I came here for dinner on a Thursday with a friend. We were the only people in the restaurant, which we found to be a bit odd. We ordered several small plates to share (a bit strange to have Tapas at a French restaurant). The...More