Remembering this is a bar and grill and you're not there for the decor and ambiance, and you're in a tourist town, this a good place to get a good reasonably priced meal. The service was quick. The single page menu has the usual bar fare of burgers and wraps but with some unusual twists such as the "tragically hip" burger. We had the "curry of the week" - buttered chicken, which came with plenty of rice and crackers, but no Nan bread. Some thought the dish was excellent, others were less enthused. Maybe it would have been wiser to stick with the more traditional bar and grill food?
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