Great tin shed/beer garden, we had a large group of 23 and the cook did a great job getting the meals out!
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While on a caravan touring trip through western Queensland, we decided to visit the Ironbark Restaurant for dinner having previously had a meal there a year or two ago. We were not disappointed. The massive helping of roast lamb was supplemented by a serve yourself...More
The mixed grill I have been fantasising about for the last 1,100km... a mixed grill so epic, it needs 3 plates... Rump steak, two lamb cutlets, two rashers of bacon, 2 sausages and 2 eggs... This is the Noah's Ark of meals. This was not...More
We dined for tea and arrived early and the staff member who served us was not helpful. There was quite a wait for our meal and the order was nearly correct. The chef was having tantrums about something unknown to us but the restaurant was...More
Hubby enjoyed 6 oysters kilpatrick, then ham & pineapple pizza. I sampled the Finigan's Plate which consisted of 2 pieces battered bara with crumbed calamari on top, with salad & vegie bake. I chose not to have chips thank goodness. Ended up taking home a...More
If you're looking for a great steak - and enormous oysters - this is the place for you. Fine dining it is not. But sitting at long tables in an open 'farm shed' with cattle brands on the walls gives it an outback feel. Huge...More
Missing cutlery and crockery, no washing up liquid, and microwave not working. Hot water took about 5minutes to come through which feels very wasteful in a drought. Sheets were clean but doonas and bed spreads were dusty. Room was a bit musty. Restaurant was closed...More