Large open area upstairs to the main club offers dining for club patrons, visitors and is big enough and often used by large groups for private functions. Seating is plentyful and although I have never counted would suggest about 300-400.
There are several food islands housing an array of Chinese, Japanese and Australian meals, plus sections of salads and deserts.
Choose from seafood including (Saturdays) prawns, oysters, crab, salmon, mussels, to Sushi, seafood salads and other,
Choose roast meats, including pork and crackle, beef and cooked ham.
Compliment with grilled pork sausage, eggs, baked potatoes and vegies.
There is chicken on a stick, Japanese style, also beef and satay on a stick.
If you rather pasta, then there are pasta salads or Spaghetti Bolognese.
There is pretty much a good selection of Chinese, including seafood, meats and finger food. Also there are usually 3 soups to choose from including short soup, chicken and sweet corn soup and another.
For the fussy little ones there is pizza, chips, chicken nuggets, dim sims, mini spring rolls and plenty of ice cream.
Yes there is desert including pavlova, chocolate brownies, caramel Broulee, jelly, apple strudel, bread and butter pudding and ice creams and tea or coffee.
Yes... we have eaten there often, as a couple or in groups...
The food is usually quite good especially when just bought out.
Best value is a Saturday night and considering you can go back as many times as you like, it works out a cheap eat....
Considering the vast menu, great place when you have fussy eaters.. There is something for everyone and even an upstairs bar in the restaurant.
The restaurant has been recently renovated and taken over by new management.
Will take photo on next visit soon
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