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Wildflower Kitchen is a restaurant located at 9 Florey Blvd, Birtinya QLD 4575, Australia The quality of the service here is excellent. Wildflower Kitchen has received positive customer evaluations. Wildflower Kitchen is open from 07:00 until 10:00 It serves a variety of traditional foods as well as some restaurant specialties. Please check the restaurant’s discount code on the www.wildflowerkitchen.com.au on a regular basis.If you are looking for a place to eat with a good experience of food and good service with family and friends, then Wildflower Kitchen is the best choice for you.
Service options: Dine-in · · Takeaway · · No delivery
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81 Google reviews
Food was amazing! Definitely better than expected and service was great. Lovely little restaurant I highly recommend.
I won’t be back!The service is usually very nice. The food is a bit hit-and-miss, but I enjoy not having to cook and having a lazy Sunday buffet breakfast.Being told they don’t take bookings for breakfast and I can sit anywhere. To taking items from my table that I was still using, to then being asked if they could change seating arrangements… I will find somewhere else to spend my money!
We went for a dinner yesterday for my partners birthday. We booked via TheFork. Arrived 5 minutes before 630pm booking, shown to our seats by an nice older lady waitress, who didn’t offer a name. Table water was prompt. However was 25 minutes and had to indicate, before we ordered.We were instead served by the younger Celiene who has served us on previous occasions, and always provides wonderful service with a smile, and checks in on how our meals are going. Service by her was excellent as always but she appeared to be overworked as the only waitress on the floor.Meals then came within perhaps 10 minutes. Partner ordered the Moreton Bay bug with Mooloolaba prawns and gnocchi ($36). I ordered the Rigatoni pasta with mushrooms and Gruyere. I added the chicken option ($28).The Bug was overcooked and difficult to remove from shell. Prawns were alright. Gnocchi was dense, but flavoured. Broth was a bit oily.My pasta was either old or overcooked. Didn’t seem like it was made in house. There was also watery broth at the bottom of the dish I hadn’t expected with the meal. Chicken was the worst bit as it was atrociously dry. Mushrooms were acceptable. Leek wasn’t really flavoured (possibly leeched into the broth)I wonder if the meals may have been premade and then reheated – hence the dry overcooked everything. The plates were also piping hot (even the waitress commented) which also seems to suggests this may have been the case. This would be a disappointment for this previously award winning establishment.We then chose the signature Wildflower Crumble for sweets ($14). Last seasons menu (Feb this year), we absolutely loved the signature Eaton Mess ($14) which we shared, and was an absolute star standout with artful tempered chocolate flakes and chocolate soil. We shared this dessert again, but was a disappointing replacement. Didn’t take a photo as really just wanted to finish dinner and move on.The rhubarb crumble was over-hot, served in a cute mini-pot with a single small cornelled ice cream in a small dish with a beautiful flower garnish, and small mini pitcher of crème anglaise. Everything including the ice cream tasted more in-house than my pasta, but the anglaise was very thick perhaps from the overheating/reheat?Overall a disappointment given the near $80 cost, and especially given previously better dinners in the past. The meals would’ve been fine, had they all not felt unartfully reheated. I wonder if the meals are being tailored to be room service meals (premade, microwaved then sent up). Would’ve preferred to wait longer for a meal and have an amazing experience than rushed reheated premade meals in the dining area.All kitchens need to balance service time with quality, but it feels Wildflower R&B has lost this balance for its more nuanced meals.Suggestions for the venue/kitchen:1) More staffing on the floor as service and waiting and seating new customers seems a bit much for just a single staff member.2) Maybe return to making key portions of meals fresh, as there seems to be a substantial flavour change since last time3) Adapting a dessert design to a customer request for a shared dessert (especially as we indicated when we ordered our mains)4) Larger Cornell of ice cream to offset the rhubarb crumble as the balance of hot to cold, sweet to tart is a off-kilter with the portions – even for a single person.
We aren’t people to write reviews however due to this experience we feel it is needed. We were seated and asked immediately if we knew what we wanted to order, we had asked if we were able to have a look at the menu first. 5 mins later we had ordered. Waited 30 mins for entreè and then another 40 mins for our main courses. during this time we could see staff members talking at the front desk walking around which looked like circles. We watched our mains sit on the top metal shelf for 10 mins before someone went and got it and it was cold.we had seen multiple orders of the same thing we have ordered go to “ room service” we were one of two couples in the restaurant and there was no rush to get our food from the staff. The staff were polite however no effective management in my opinion.we had paid $80 for our meals and drinks to not be satisfied, unfortunately we won’t be visiting again due to this experience and we hope u can take this feedback for new guests.
The Northern Explorer
A restaurant within a hotel. Amazing staff. The food was basic, boarder line pub grub, and the restaurant was next to the reception. Perfect for the business person who needs a place to stay and eat.
We stopped off here for a late lunch. Having just arrived in the country and rather jet-lagged, we were a little dazed and unaware of the times. We found the staff a little abrupt with us as it was clearly assumed that we knew that dinner didn’t start until 5:30pm. We ordered off the bar menu and the food was delicious, but we were made to feel a bit of a nuisance by the staff, hence not a 5 star rating.
Beautiful meal. I had the barramundi which was just delicious. Service was friendly, although the meal took a while to come out.