Carlyle Gardens Ball & Wicket Restaurant

Carlyle Gardens Ball & Wicket Restaurant is centrally located in Carlyle Square, Condon, next to Carlyle Garden's Carlton Theatre auditorium. Check the new menus. Say hello to Allen, David and the friendly staff at the restaurant, bar and kitchen.

Restaurant Menu

Carlyle Gardens Ball & Wicket Restaurant menu includes a variety of price ranges (nothing over $18), along with economical daily meal specials. As the menu changes each month, check with the restaurant for the latest specials.

There is often a 300 gram steak and trimmings available for a hearty meal. Try the grilled fish dish, with the chef's special sauce. This has often featured reef fish and estuary fish, but recently I have been enjoying the barramundi with lemon butter sauce. Fisherman's Basket is always popular with seafood lovers.

Afternoon tea, cakes, sandwiches and wraps are available for the light eater. Check the refrigerated displays for soft drinks, juices and ice cream. Enjoy a drink from Cricket's Bar with your meal.

Event and Function Catering

The Ball & Wicket restaurant kitchen at Carlyle Gardens, Condon offers catering for functions and events, whether small or large. Celebrate your birthday at the restaurant. The adjoining Carlton Theatre can accommodate up to 300 people seated at tables for corporate functions, school events, or wedding receptions.

Restaurant Operating Hours

Carlyle Garden's Ball and Wicket Restaurant is open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. Monday to Friday. Evening meals are served from 6 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Enjoy a drink from Cricket's Bar during the Friday Happy Hour, from 5 p.m. The restaurant has an EFTPOS Credit and Debit card payment facility.

New Management at Restaurant

The Carlyle Gardens restaurant has been under the management of Allan Bedford and David Ollett from September 2009. Allen had managed the bar and restaurant in 2009 on behalf of Prime Trust. Allen and David have teamed up to lease and operate Carlyle Gardens bar and restaurant as their own business. Please support the restaurant. If Carlyle Gardens residents do not support it, they will lose this facility.