A nostalgic landmark for great burgers and steak, egg and chips in the ‘burbs. The choice cuts – fillet, rump and pork belly ribs – are fall-off-the-bone tender, basted with an in-house BBQ sauce, and flame-grilled to order. Consistency, generous portions, succulent flavour and value for money are a winning formula. The steaks come with no frills or fuss but with all the trimmings, down to hand-cut chips and fried onion rings. The pepper, garlic, mushroom and cheese sauces are as legendary as the garlic snails and garlic rolls on the side. Nothing much ever changes around here – which is exactly how the locals like it.
The hungry go for one of the house specialty steaks - jalapeno, pepper, mushroom and cheese melts. Vegetarians will find little on the menu at this old-fashioned steakhouse with staying power – while pescatarians will find a reasonable choice of fish.
Well-priced selection of beer, cocktails, shooters and wines – especially big red wines to go with steaks.
Friendly and efficient on slow or fast nights. The kitchen stays open until late.
A retro steakhouse with big TV screens, slot machines and a cover band singing the old folk and rock classics.
Enjoy lighter fare off the bar/pub menu – homemade burgers ‘n chips, chicken and calamari baskets, or try a three-course menu for good value.
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