All you can eat--literally--in this popular buffet restaurant. The cafeteria style has a large serving area where you can help yourself to whatever, ... More
All you can eat--literally--in this popular buffet restaurant. The cafeteria style has a large serving area where you can help yourself to whatever, and as much as you want. There is plenty of seating and families find this an economical way to eat out. Bain-marie style food is on offer with a salad bar. All the old favourites are there such as sweet and sour dishes and noodles. Lunch at AUD7.50 and dinner AUD8.50 ensures you need never go hungry. Children's meals are AUD5. The restaurant is fully licensed, serving wine or beer.
Terrible experience. Don't come here as you will be disapionted , old food, not hot enough, foods and sauces were mixed together in front of our eyes to maybe try to keep the food looking slightly presentable? all tasteless, dry and old, sloppy and bland. No hygiene methods observed at all.Unfriendly staff. Never again.
There is no need to climb any mountains to reach this restaurant. Just head up the hill to North Hobart.
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