Time Out says
Dural now boasts a multi-faceted dining destination
This 2249 square metre dining precinct in the Hills takes a four-pronged approached to furnishing you with food and drinks. Head to the sports bar if you're after golden schnitzels, burgers, calamari and rotisserie chook rolls (plus daily $15 meals), or check out the Northside Brisket Bar for slow-cooked meats and corn on the cob. Wakefield's is the Vicar's swanky, produce-focused bistro, peddling free-range, 12-hour spice-brined roast chicken, and dry-aged rib eye with café de Paris butter. Pair it with heirloom tomato salad, crunchy polenta and sweet corn bites or truffled mashed potato. You'll also find vino-friendly snacks – including sea urchin toasts, tempura zucchini flowers and grilled beef tongue – at Mrs Goldsmith, the venue's answer to an European-style wine bar. Here you can work your way through a wine list that trots through Italy and France's most famous regions, while also showcasing drops from closer to home. If you're after take away wine, you'll also find a drive-thru bottle shop, a proud Aussie tradition we hope never dies.