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Good Aussie traditional pub with hostel-type room upstairs.
Beers, cider, wine, burgers, chips, fish, pizza and pasta and so on and so forth.
WiFi free. Staff nice and competent. Good place to stay before 1:30 pm.
We ate here as we we were looking for a quick and easy option near our hotel. We enjoyed a chicken parma and rump steak while the kids got into spaghetti bolognese. The steak was surprisingly good and the parma was ok, but the kids...More
Directly across from our accommodation (Boulevard Hotel), we almost dismissed The Strand as a dinner option (surely we couldn’t find a decent, affordable family meal THIS close to our hotel?!) So glad we stopped in! This place is a fair dinkum Aussie pub...with exceptional meals...More
Food is generally good beer is reasonably priced atmosphere is good (fine we probably brought the atmosphere with us as there was generally at least a dozen of us) staff very welcoming excellent selection of beers
This was one of the first boozers I made home 🏡 after landing in Australia 🇦🇺 some 15 years ago. It has had one renovation in that time and kept its Pub feel rather than wanky wine bar! The staff have been pretty consistent over...More
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