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Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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We took a group on the winery tour which was excellent. Unfortunately the bar manager put a damper on things with his totalitarian outlook, so we went elsewhere to eat
Once again we had the best lunch experience at Restaurant Laureens Everyone's meals were wonderful. Service excellent. Our favourite place to dine Great atmosphere looking out the window to see Morton... read more »
Sirromet winery is beautiful. You can choose from 3 different restaurants. The wine tasting is very good and a great view
Extremely disappointed in the food.Waited 40 minutes to place my order standing out in the sun. Couldn't imagine doing that in summer. It took another 45 mins to get our meal only to find it had a piece of paper in it. Quality of food does not match the price. Such a shame, it's a lovely location. Also the smell coming from the toilets is offensive. This was my 1st visit to the Tuscan Terrace. Needless to say, I won't be back.
Disappointing on a number of points... We went in a group of six for lunch today at the Tuscan Terrace. Positives: Great ambience on the deck overlooking a large grassy paddock, a couple of helicopters in view. Easy parking and access (it was a weekday) Negatives This is supposed to be an upmarket property, but they serve the (premium?) wine in PLASTIC glasses! Perregrino sparkling water was flat- when I took it back the waitress told me that 'that's the way it is with plastic bottles'. Maybe they need new suppliers, or to provide fresher stock. Maybe glass bottles. We ordered starters, but it came at the same time as the mains... an oversight by me perhaps, but surely this should be pointed out surely. As a result, the mains got cold, and we couldn't share the starters with our friends, as they also had their mains. Toilets fairly ordinary for an 'upmarket' establishment. No handwash in one dispenser. Clean though- a positive. I won't be returning any time soon, sorry Mr Morris.
We chose the restaurant for a small family celebration - and regretted it. The service was poor at best - the staff were more interested in their own chatting than serving the patrons. Of the 6 meals ordered, one was wrong and eventually was removed. The replacement took ages to arrive (everyone else had actually finished eating before the new meal was placed on the table). Although we all ordered different steaks, they all arrived looking the same. Blackened meat swimming in what tasted like burnt sauce. Some of us also ordered dessert - another big mistake. Creme brûlée - sickly sweet and served with a dish of stewed berries - sickly sweet (no berry flavor left). I can't see any of us returning after that experience.
Are you depressed? Does your life feel like a heavy weight is on you every waking hour? Do you struggle to interact with others? Are you a broody individual void of happiness or any compassion? If so, we've got the job for you at Sirromet. If you hate your life you'll fit right in here! Talk about abysmal service. I watched service staff for a solid 20 minutes as they served meals, and not once did I see a smile. At first it was a novelty and even a little amusing for us at our table, but the longer we witnessed this depressive bunch the more it became quite concerning. Even floor management looked like the owner had just told them they had to work for a month without pay. Without a shadow of a doubt this is the most miserable collection of staff I have ever seen in my entire lifetime! Think about this for a second: When was the last time you smiled at a wedding venue's staff member and they looked straight back through you like you were a ghost!?! I wonder if these people in the "Hospitality" industry know what the word Hospitality actually means.... We felt unwelcome all afternoon and evening. I'm not sure what the other guests thought, but none of our table wanted to stay. It was a soul sucking, joy draining experience and obviously a reflection of something far more depressing going on in higher management. Let's face it, when people at the top are miserable it filters down throughout the staff! There's no positive reinforcement going on at Sirromet, If you're planning to get married there I hope you reeeeeally like the location because the way Sirromet looks is the ONLY positive. There's no love in the food and there's no love or hospitality in the service. What an unfortunate venue!
While there is a long wait for food usually, the venue is so picturesque, it gives you a great excuse to drink lovely wine and imbibe in the stunning views. It is a popular venue so carpark is difficult to find and seating gets taken up very quickly. If seating is unavailable, bring a blanket and enjoy all the lovely spots to picnic on. I would suggest arriving earlier to avoid the queues. The playground is popular with the little kids but the lack of shade is an issue. Make sure you bring lots of sunscreen and hats for the children if you intend to use the playground. Bring old cardboard boxes for the children as the kids love cardboard sleighing down the hill. Despite all these little issues, we love going to Sirromet for the beautiful views.
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