Rude service and bad coffee. What more could you ask for. At least the setting is beautiful, can't fault the view.
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Ate here because there good T/A reviews. Barramundi and seafood platter were good but small servings for the price. Alot of chips with the platter. Great location but pricey.
My husband and I enjoyed a deliciou meal here for our anniversary. The menu and the waiting staff made this a memorable time for us.
Located in what appears to be an old boatshed on the historic Goolwa wharf, Hector's certainly delivers the 'Ye Olde Boating' theme inside. Dining space is rather limited, especially inside, so if arriving with a group, it's wise to make a reservation - more so...More
We were visiting this cafe for lunch with friends from Murrary Bridge and we considered it very overpriced. We both had the seafood chowder at $18.90 for the smallest bowl of chowder we have ever had and way too much cheese. Consequently it didn't have...More
My employers (Bianca, Michael, Jock) took me out for a beautiful tapas meal last friday night, it was a total surprise. I hadn't done anything like that in a long time. Adding to the night was the beautiful Simon Hackett wines, great food, perfect atmosphere...More
Perfect way to end the week with a knock off at Hectors Cafe. Owners Monty and Grantly were both there to greet and serve. Their tapas menu was delicious and the oysters were so fresh. Great tunes and a fabulous setting! Can't wait to do...More