If you choose this restaurant based on the blurb in the Entertainment Book, beware! The menu looks nothing like that in the book; it is pure 1970s with a Casear Salad and kangaroo loin thrown in to make it look like a modern restaurant. Although this is mentioned nowhere in the Entertainment Book (for obvious reasons) it is in fact the restaurant attached to the Springwood Motor Inn. Rather than a fine dining experience, it's at best ordinary home cooking. On the one plate we had undercooked meat sitting next to vegetables charred to hard black on one side. Those that weren't burnt were mush. Apparently the 'regular' chef is away (not that this explains the dramatic change of menu) and it seemed as though the motel manager was cooking on the night. We were the only party in, apparently because they had had to cancel other bookings due to 'power problems'. If only they had cancelled ours! In fairness, they didn't charge us for two of the meals (when our card only entitled to us one freebie) but as two meals were inedible anyway, it was hardly a generous offer.
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