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What are the opening hours of The Ranch? When is The Ranch open? Here you can find the answers to your questions. The opening hours for this Tavern have been verified by several sources. So you can be sure that you won't arrive out of hours. Current business hours may vary due to the pandemic.

Paying with credit card is accepted.

There is a bar which comprises of all the beverages one can wish for.

The rating of this location is 3 . This is just what other are thinking. Maybe you find some other opening times details in the ratings texts.

Just call the restaurant on (+61)298872411 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 00:00 - 00:00


  • Address: Cnr Epping & Herring Rds, Eastwood, Ryde, New South Wales 2122, Australia, Marsfield
  • Phone: +61298872411


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We went here by chance at around 8pm on a Tuesday and noticed the special 2 mains for $30. We chose the chicken parmy with chips and salad and rump with vegetables.We were not disappointed ,portions were huge and we only waited about 15 minutes,we would absolutely recommend The Ranch on a Tuesday night

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I went here as part of a birthday group and found the ambience (or lack of it) quite shocking, like eating in a big railway station. Noisy, with a huge TV going (why???) but quite full so I figured it must be very cheap club type food. I was horrified to find a Tbone would cost $39, so I opted for the $9.95 pensioner special of a roast. I must say the beef was very tender, there was a mountain of it, but the veges lacked taste and it was $9.95 worth. But others paid exhorbitant prices for basic steaks and shnitzels with chips and salad. There are so many beautiful restaurants in the city where $39 would get you a chef cooked delicious meal with exciting flavours and top quality produce. I am happy to pay high prices but I must then get high quality. Perhaps these folks are worried about not knowing which cutlery to use or what to order in a good restaurant or perhaps they don't know what top chef cooked food tastes like, but they are certainly throwing their money away here (unless they get the pensioner special of course).

The Ranch opening plan



  • bars
  • pubs
  • australian
  • Gluten Free Options
  • buffets


  • Waitstaff
  • Television
  • Serves Alcohol
  • Full Bar
  • Reservations
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Seating
  • Parking Available
  • Highchairs Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Accepts American Express
  • Accepts Mastercard
  • Accepts Visa
  • Free Wifi
  • Large groups
  • Kids
  • Families with children
Curzon Hall open
Curzon Hall

Marsfield, 53 Agincourt Rd, Marsfield, Ryde, New South Wales 2122, Australia

italian, Gluten Free Options, venues

We had our wedding here and it was a struggle halfway through the planning.Before we signed the agreement, we were told by the sales consultant that if we couldn’t meet the minimum guest number, we’d still be able to use the remainder of the money towards decorations and theming.A few months before the event date (and two deposits later), we were told that we could only use 30% of this amount. When we asked why, we were told that they “still had a business to run”. When I showed them the email the sales consultant sent us and asked if there was any room for discussion, they later emailed us that management were “still happy” to offer us this fraction of the remaining money.Communication was sparse and inconsistent. Our wedding coordinator’s email felt like it was constantly set to “Out of Office” mode. In the days leading up to the wedding we wanted to confirm some last minute issues and these queries went completely unanswered.We requested in writing that the top tier of our cake is saved so that we could have it on our anniversary. Curzon staff have so far said: - They left it with someone called “Alex”, but there was no Alex at our party.- They left it on the guest sign in table, but on the night the bridal party ensured everything was cleared away – they didn’t collect a cake.- Curzon also said they may have served all of the cake, but I found this hard to believe since it was a three-tier cake for just over 100 people.- Curzon misplaced items of ours that were labelled with event number, date, and name (including some specially imported items). A staff member showed us the storage room where they might have been kept, which was a mess, and we couldn’t find anything there.- After the wedding, every time we made a request they said it was “100%, no problem”, followed by silence. After several weeks of back and forth with different staff members (including Kathryn, Lucy, Alison, Joe), they offered to check with IT to retrieve footage to see where it could’ve gone, but due to delays in communication and being passed around, the camera footage had expired and was no longer accessible.- The last action was for events manager “Vishan” to return my call by early April. Still waiting to hear back.Overall, our wedding day went relatively smoothly and the grounds are nice, but it was overshadowed by poor customer service, disorganisation, lack of communication, and lost items. As soon as the event was done it feels like they’ve washed their hands of us and are now just stonewalling us. I’m still short a cake tier and several items a couple of months after the event. I’m not expecting to see these again.I’d love to know what actually happened, maybe even be compensated, especially since my wife and I have acted in good faith throughout this whole process and given them the benefit of the doubt, but in the past month I can’t even get a simple callback from these guys. If you do choose to go with Curzon, tread carefully, get everything in writing, and don’t use items you’re willing to lose.