143 Beach St, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia

Buffet Restaurant

Meal Takeaway, Restaurant, Food

(03) 9783 3800

http://www.reddyroastsfrankston.com.au/

Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM


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Reddy Roasts Frankston

About the business

Reddy Roasts Frankston

We Cater for all your Needs – Pickup, Home Delivery and Catering

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James taube said 4 years ago
It's really not that great. When I'm spending money at a place that specialises in something I expect it to be better than what I can do myself at home. The crackle is not good, it tastes like the pork skin you buy separately at a supermarket and then try and turn into crackle at home. there's no moist fat underneath it and it's quite dry but not in a good way. A lot of the time the meat is dry, and I had given up on the roast potatoes opting instead for the scallop potatoes. This place really needs a shake up and some passion back into what they're cooking.
Peter Cuddon said 4 years ago
I have used reddy roasts a fair bit. Food is tasty, & arrives on time. When there has been an issue, the crew at the store are helpful, and make appropriate changes. Food costs about the same as doing it yourself
Ben Truscott said 4 years ago
Had some pretty good roast pork, chips and gravy. There wasn't enough crackling but i could have asked for more. Overall it was good quality meal that the family enjoyed.
Kyal Collins said 4 years ago
So where to start... Incompetent dis interested staff and Dry bland food! if this is what you like then this is the place for you. Between the young male staff member who had ABSOLUTELY no care, enthusiasm or Focus in serving us, the lack of any system which means people can just storm in and yell out what they want and get served first leaving more polite customers to be waiting WAY too long to get their order. At one point mid organizing payment (food sitting on bench going cold) the young man who was serving (term used loosely) us decided to go talk to the guy in the kitchen for five minutes. Disgusting service and mediocre food
Jim Browne said 4 years ago
Second time we've used Reddy roast Frankston and again very happy with everything meat was delicious and generous servings and every thing was ready on time. Catered for 35 and still had enough for some to have seconds look forward to using them again to next time

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