We arrived in Ceduna on a Sunday afternoon in September and the lady at the town's visitors office recommended the bistro for dinner. But she said we should book due to the big crowds on Sunday nights. So we did. Our dinner was great. We had a half dozen oysters Chamberlin ($14) and two grilled King George Whiting fillets with salad bar ($24.95). It was entertaining ordering a bottle of red wine however. The young girl at the bar produced the bottle of Shiraz then gave me two chilled glasses. I asked if she had any unchilled glasses to which she replied yes, but she's have to charge me extra for them since they are for red wine. I reminded her that I purchased red wine. Oh, right. It was one of the few Aussie wines still corked with a cork, and it was obvious that she had never used a corkscrew in her life. A barman came to her rescue. No big deal. Quite funny really. After dinner I guided a young barman in the construction of a delicious Irish coffee.
We returned to the bistro in October on our return trip across the Nullarbor and again we had the oysters Chamberlin. Delicious. This time we had the Whiting, only crumbed instead of grilled. Also excellent. And this time another young bar girl successfully opened the Shiraz!
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