Kidderminster, United Kingdom
December 15, 2003
Across from this historic spot stands a grand old pub, which from the outside, appears to be no more than a popular watering-hole, but step inside and an aroma of barbequed steak fills your head and leads you in a trance-like state to the Spanish Garden.
Located at the back of this pub, the Spanish Garden has been serving up steaks grilled to perfection since 1969. The standard meal consists of either a Fillet, Rump, T-bone or Eye Fillet grilled precisely to your specifications and served with a jacket potato, coleslaw, bread roll and choice of Mushroom or Chili Sauce. There is also a Chicken and a Fish course available, but really this is a steak place.
Meat-eaters from all over Queensland and most of Australia have heard if not been to this award-winning establishment, and once you have enjoyed a meal here, you too will join the ranks of the faithful.
The magic of the Breakfast Creek does not stop there, as this is also a major destination for the beer drinker - the reason for this is "to have one off the wood!" The last remaining pub in Queensland to serve the amber nectar from wooden, not stainless steel, kegs.
This is a landmark hotel serving excellent food and drink and is a must for the weary traveller.
From journal Brisbane - A Sub Tropical Lifestyle