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The Marsden Brewhouse is a purpose built hotel owned by the Laundy Hotels Group and has been open since April 2019. It is believed to be the largest hotel in Western Sydney catering for around 1000 patrons and has an in house craft brewery.
The decor is bright and open with plenty of differently themed spaces in which to dine or drink and socialise. The outdoor terrace has a relaxed vibe and a gigantic screen whereas the Pavilion is popular with families courtesy of the huge and interesting playground.
The menu contains the usual pub grub meals of steak, burgers and schnitzel, as well as wood fired pizza and more upmarket seafood dishes. Lunchtime specials are good value as they include a drink but are not very well advertised. It should be noted that for $3 you do not get much sauce. Meals are ordered and paid for at the counter and you are given a buzzer for collection, they do get very busy and have had a few service teething problems.
The food was tasty and my Vegan Whole Food Bowl was delicious, very filling and economical at $16. Food on the adjacent tables looked good and there was a happy buzz in the dining area. Vegetarian m vegan and gluten-free items are identified on the menu and there are seven options for children costing $12 inclusive if a drink and ice cream.
So theres no mention of no tables ever available, long queues since it opened & the food coming out cold. Also for a place that has such a good kids play area, rhey dont offer colour in or crayons like most places.