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We (6 adults and 4 children) visited Abattoir blues for brunch on Mothers day12th May. What a wonderful time the family had. The food was delicious and the service and atmosphere were fantastic. Great coffee. We were made to feel very welcome and the staff were very friendly and attentive. We would highly recommend Abattoir Blues. We will be going back!!
We enjoyed a delicious Mother’s Day breakfast in the courtyard. Food and service were both wonderful.
Atmosphere was great! Food was delicious. Perfect start to the night.
Great food and service, coffee was best in Olympic Park
Had a quaint dinner at Abattoir Blues before a concert at Qudos Bank Arena and it was great! Very helpful and attentive staff. It is tucked back so a little hard to find in the night/rain, but well worth the few extra steps. There did seem to be a lighting issue as they would flicker often, but food was incredible and well priced.
Booking online was easy. Amused first off by the idea that a reduced menu was on offer because it was an 'event' night - does anyone seriously go to eating establishments in Olympic Park when there isn't an event on? Anyway, burgers and a couple of pub staples. Having a single queue to order everything seems inefficient. Limited beverages on offer, bottled beer and wine mainly. That's ok I'm not there for all evening. Burger was so-so, all $18 with some chips. A much nicer setting than most can offer at Oly Park. Don't know what it's like when it's a 'regular' night but if I had the choice to eat elsewhere (and let's face it, there's plenty of good choice elsewhere in Sydney), I can't understand why anyone would actually come to this part of town. But if you are there, and you don't want to pay high-end prices, then Abbatoir is as good as it's likely to get.
Nice venue. Buzzy & quirky. Outdoor area would be great spot in summer for drinks. Food offerings mainly burgers, schnitzel, fish & chips. I had grilled salmon- generous portion, nicely cooked. The quinoa, kale, avocado salad was disappointing - very little of it, poorly presented & lacking in dressing. Expected a bit more for $25. My companion had beef burger. She commented on the good quality of the burger itself. But once again the salad inside the large bun was sparse. There was also a unecessarily large mountain of chips. Also disappointing was not able to have a nice post dinner coffee. No coffee is served after 4pm! Odd. Perhaps the owners don’t want us to linger & want to shovel more eating customers through. Staff were pleasant and efficient. Would I go back? Probably not. Quality of main dish was good, but let down by lack of care in presenting accompanying good quality salads etc. And no coffee!
Abattoir Blues has a wonderful courtyard area and it was buzzing with the pre-Robbie Williams crowd. Service was quick, friendly and efficient. Food was delicious - we went with the simple chicken schnitzel and chips option and couldn't fault it. Overall an easy and tasty pre-show experience.
Staff were so lovely and accommodating. Atmosphere was buzzing and the food was both delicious and good value for money. We will definitely be going to Abattoir Blues again next time we're seeing something at Homebush!
Staff were really friendly, food was great, good selection of offerings for an event day menu. DJ music was far too loud for a meal period, better suited to later in the evening. However staff were helpful when asked to lower the volume. I am so happy I booked ahead as the que out the door was massive, obviously worth the wait for those lined up!