Karridale Tavern & Roadhouse

Star 4.2 (470 Google reviews)

Karridale Tavern & Roadhouse

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Monday - Sunday: 11:30 AM until 9:00 PM
20 minutes South of Margaret River 15 minutes north of Augusta Located at the heart of Karridale.
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A quiet, country tavern set amongst the beautiful forest in Karridale, between Margaret River and Augusta.
Karridale Tavern offers a bar & bistro serving good food and great vibes with friendly staff! Choose from a range of local (always cold) craft beers or quality wines.   Traditional pub style food with a middle eastern twist with afternoon bar snack menu available.

Bar and kitchen open 7 days a week. The kitchen operates from 12 pm until 8 pm everyday!

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Karridale Tavern & Roadhouse

12440 Bussell Hwy, Karridale WA 6288, Australia

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Star 4.2 (470 Google reviews)
Jeremías Lindholm 07 November 2023

On the weekend we host a fundraiser event on the tavern. Everything was amazing. The manager and the staff of the place where really kind and amazing. I eat a burger and try the chicken parmi. Really good size and really tasty. Want to say thanks for the opportunity. 🙏🏼

Y.C. Chang 03 February 2024

Great food! Great people! Had a really good time here!

Loki 20 May 2023

Food was okay - really loved the calamari but everything else was just alright. Chips came with everything and were basically frozen french fries. Anyway enjoyed the chill vibes here. The ginger beer pint was good - have it with ice and a slice of lemon!

Vincent V.C. Lai 28 December 2023

A local pub that is lively and definitely serves some interesting food. We ordered two different parmi and the portion was huge. We shared 2 between the three of us. There are quite a lot of Indonesian inspired dishes on the menu, and one of them is an Indo Parmi which we ordered and Mexican inspired Parmi. We enjoyed both. There's a little bit of heat from the jalapeno for the Mexican one and some red chilli for the Indonesian one. The Mexican one is interesting in that there are corn chips with sour cream on a bean sauce while the Indonesian one has bright lime flavours with fresh bean sprouts and spring onions with cheese. Both were succulent.