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Broadbeach Waters, Australia
October 28, 2005
For a drink at the end of the day it is a great place to relax with many other travellers enjoying a cold beer at happy hour. The upstairs balcony offers a great place to people-watch. The downstairs outside area has comfortable cane chairs grouped in twos and fours so are conducive to chatting and drinking. If you are comfortable and too foot sore to move you can stay put and dine here also. Upstairs are mainly standard tables and chairs for dining.
All the staff speaks really good English and have been well trained in service standards so that you never wait long for a drink or your meal.
The menu is mainly western fare such as pastas, burgers and some Asian dishes. The night we ate there, we had the good old standard, fish and chips (fries), and to be honest, it was pretty average. The fish was okay, but the chips were soggy and not how I like them. Prices, though, are not steep.
The cocktail list is huge but I didn't actually sample the famous "Tomb Raider" cocktail.
I believe that this site used to offer accommodation as well, but as the enterprise has recently expanded, they now have another site nearby for rooms. This is now strictly a restaurant and bar.
If you are looking for the Red Piano, it is still there but it’s very small and actually mounted on the wall.
From journal Gateway to the Temples of Angkor
by Miss Bels
Mokpo, United Kingdom
August 13, 2004
We went there for some beer but ended up staying for food too. And as two British girls, we were given the most convincing plate of chips that we had eaten in a long time.
The service was good and the ambiance in this old French colonial house was perfect for a bit of relaxation after a hard day sightseeing at the temples.
From journal Temples and crocodiles