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Mrs Tui wrote a review Jan 2020
Waitakere City, New Zealand22 contributions1 helpful vote
Great peaceful place stunning furnishings and ambiance. This place definitely hook in a different crowd of stayers. They serve up great cocktails🍹. The staff are super friendly and professional, the vibes are clam and relaxing.. It seems less busier and less noisier too 🙂
Date of experience: December 2019
Cyclosophy wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia26 contributions3 helpful votes
The MCYC is a beautiful outdoor bar right on the water under a huge traditional Fijian hut. It's a great place to meet other guests and visiting yachties and have a chat over a few drinks. You can also get pizzas or self-BBQ packs delivered from the resort cafe.
Date of experience: January 2020
angelion2015 wrote a review Nov 2019
Mooloolaba, Australia30 contributions15 helpful votes
Gorgeous spot to have a drink surrounded by the stunning colours of the sea. A lovely relaxing cool area.
Date of experience: November 2019
DavidH wrote a review Oct 2019
The bar is a good location and a Great place to meet yachties or dive in for a swim at high tide. Can be very windy and the lack of food service is a shame.
Date of experience: October 2019
Cindi Cockrill wrote a review Sep 2019
Thousand Oaks, California83 contributions9 helpful votes
We came here after having lunch at the cafe. We wanted to have a drink while watching for our yacht charter to come to pick us up. There were lots of areas to sit and because it was late afternoon it wasn't crowded. I ordered the pina colada which was ok. It wasn't blended, the pre-mixed base was poured over ice. I'm a little picky...I prefer my pina coladas blended so I wasn't thrilled with my drink. My son ordered their Midori slushy (I think that's what the name was) His too had the pre-mixed base (looked like the same one they used for the pina colada) that was put over ice with Midori. His was delicious! But again...not blended. My husband had a Bitter beer (one of the local beers) which was served cold, the way he likes it. The prices seemed to be similar to those back in the US, around $12 US for our specialty drinks and about $4 US for a beer. It seemed like the place where boaters would go to hang out with other boaters docked there for the night. It was fun over hearing some conversations of some of the voyages they were sharing with one another. So glad we chose the bar area to wait.…
Date of experience: September 2019