We had dinner here during the remnants of cyclone Fehi. What a welcoming place to be during a storm. As soon as we walked in we were greeted and taken to a table. I had the fish ( local ) and my husband had the...More
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Rather good food, enjoyed by all. Also lots of beer and cider on tap. Best meal from here is the grilled turbot, according to locals and visitors.
This pub/restaurant is full of character and charm. A varied menu and good quality food was served. I ordered the crumbed scallops which were good but my husband raved about the lamb shank.
Had dinner and lots of drinks here recently, great food, friendly staff, friendly resident dog, closest pub to Australia (at Byron Bay) apparently.
We were staying in a place next door and headed on out to the pub in the evening. It wasn't overly busy but the welcome was good and Kate, the owner was really nice to chat to. Pop on in and have a beverage!
Great local tavern, with decent food, good beer, friendly service & all reasonably priced. All accompanied by a humongous but friendly dog. Although the sign said order at the bar, they took our order at the table. The fish and chips were excellent; locally caught...More
We were very warmly welcomed & given menus, but had to order at the bar. Menu was classic 1980s pub food - chips with just about everything, nothing that required a dictionary to interpret - BUT our large group was all served together and the...More
We enjoyed a meal here which was delicious, nicely presented and beautifully cooked. The fish was local Turbot - divine.