Very disappointed. What I received was not a bird's nest at all and the flavor was terrible. However my husband enjoyed his
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An interesting variety of yum taste-tests 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings of each month. Chinese favourites plus some basic Aussie faves, like chips! Get a drink, then a plate, and help yourself and salivate/celebrate!
We came here on a hotrod run and the restaurant was completely unprepared. They knew they had 200 people coming and had skeleton staff working. Waited over half an hour just to order and we were greeted with 'what do you want?' Food came out...More
Went here due to the good reviews on TA, but this place is just terrible. Everything seemed like it was out of a packet from the sauces to the vegetables. The lemon chicken sauce was so thick and sweet it tasted like reduced lemonade. The...More
Restaurant is in the Maclean Bowling club, the place was pretty quiet and we were served pretty quickly. Food was nice and reasonably cheap $35 for two mains and an entree. We used the courtesy bus provided by the club to get home, good if...More
This restaurant is situated in the Maclean Bowling Club and does not have much in the way of ambiance, however, the food is quite good and the prices are very reasonable. We have dined there at least a hundred times and have never been disappointed.
As someone who needs 100% gluten free meals due to Coeliac Disease eating out can be a struggle but not at Tse's. With a long dedicated menu For gluten free and great knowledge of cross contamination, I've never felt so comfortable outside of home. Not...More
If its Chinese food you would like, you cant go past Tse's at the Maclean Bowling Club. The Food comes hot and fast and is top quality. The owners and their staff are very friendly .
I moved to Maclean from Brisbane a little of four weeks ago. We have eaten both takeaway and eaten in at this restaurant and it is by far the best Chinese we have ever eaten! Yummy and Fresh! Great Price. Can't fault it. Highly recommend...More
How nice to get a simple toasted sandwich made the old fashioned way in normal bread. The service was like being welcomed home after a long drive. One to remember when passing through.