After arrivig in town on ANZAC Day, we went into the main strip to see what wasopen. As soon as we got out of the car we smelt delicious fish and chips wafting our way, anddecided to investigate. So glad we did!
The cafe was busy, so we got seated on the closest table to the door. We were served very quickly (it doesn't take us long to decide what to have) and ordered crumbed fish and chips, and the sampler plate. And a hot chocolate,and ginger beer. The drinks came out quickly, and my hot chocolate was perfect. Just how I like it, complete with giant marshmellow!
Out food came out not long after, even though the place was busy.
The chips were amazing, the scollops and prawns cooked perfectly, and the batter on the fish so light and it truely melted in my mouth. The crumbed fish my husband had was pretty tasty too.
The best thing about the dinner was probably the service. All the staff were very friendly with big smiles to greet the customers.
Other people have mentioned that it's expensive... but it really isn't that much more than your local fish and chippery... and you always have to add a few dollars extra to eat in, and because it's not in a major city (it costs extra money to transport things out here).
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