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Coasting : Issue 8 Feb 2010
21 www.coastingtoday.com.au 10 Kurrawyba Ave, Terrigal 4385 7077 A touch of France in the heart of Terrigal Choose from our extensive menu which includes la Carte & Vegetarian Menu Traditional Set Menu - 3 Course $55 Free Live Music in the Evenings Wednesday Request a song from our piano musician Isa Zilic. Thursday Playing the acoustic guitar Ricky Vargas. Friday with Lesley Dupont on guitar or Frederic Ferenzi on accordion. Enjoy great French food & French music together. Lunch at Le Chat Noir! Main course, dessert & glass of wine for $35 Bon appétit! Menu available on our websites. Open 7 Days - Lunch & Dinner - BYO (Wine)/Licensed firstname.lastname@example.org • www.lechatnoir.com.au c8644802-4Feb Indoor and outdoor dining Quality at a reasonable price Check out the new summer menu at The Bay Brasserie. . . good food, pleasant surrounds, nice people ENJOY THE DIFFERENCE The BAY BRASSERIE at The Bay Sports Club 5 Bias Avenue, Bateau Bay • Phone: 4332 1365 The BAY BRASSERIE c8688812-4Feb Discover the tantalising culinary delights of Barretts Restaurant ... where kids eat free!* www.mirvachotels.com/quay-west-resort-magenta-shores managed by Mirvac Hotels & Resorts Bookings T 02 4352 8137 E email@example.com Bring the family to Barretts Restaurant for an early dinner between 5pm and 6.30pm and the kids eat free. *Kids eating free must be accompanied by the same number of adults. Offer only available if main meals are ordered by adults. Shop 19 Lisarow Plaza, Lisarow Ph: 4329 4626 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The finest Italian restaurant on the Coast, eat in or takeaway Pizza, Pasta, Seafood and Grill. Open Tuesday to Sunday for Lunch & Dinner (live music every Friday and Saturday night) Takeaway Meal Deals Available Lunchtime Specials $15.50 • Seasonal Menus Booking taken for group functions - Private or Corporate Set menus starting from $45 per head. c8644826-7Jan Enjoy a selection of the finest foods at pub prices in our new Brasserie. Carefully restored to reflect the splendour of the original hotel dining room, dine inside in the dining room with our log fireplace or outside in the beer garden overlooking Brisbane Waters. 2 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy Phone 4344 1188 SPECIALS MONDAY NIGHT $10.00 Mixed Grill Night TUESDAY NIGHT $9.00 Chicken Schnitzel Night THURSDAY NIGHT $10.00 Beer Battered Fish Night SENIORS MEALS A Selection of Seniors Meals from $9.00 Bay View BRASSERIE HOTEL WOY WOY c8670543-7Jan Watch the waves roll in while you start the day with a relaxed breakfast, share a tapas lunch with friends or an intimate dinner for two, Randalls all day dining won t disappoint. Imagine having your wedding here! Relax Special 2 course meal $30, Monday to Thursday evenings. Randalls on the beach 81 Beach Dr, Killcare 4360 2040 c8644823-4Feb Barretts, 1 Magenta Drive, Magenta Shores. Modern Australian cuisine with a Mediterranean twist. Open seven days for breakfast and dinner. Lunch Fri-Sun. Ph 4352 8137. Enjoy freshest of fare right by the fairway This is a paid advertisement for Barretts TEMPTING: Duck Assitte - as prepared by executive chef Tony Dexter. Picture By Aaron Brown. WITH TABLES OVERLOOKING the tranquil fairways of Magenta Shores golf course, dining at Barretts is a soul soothing experience. The restaurant is part of the five-star Mirvac resort at Magenta Shores. Executive chef Tony Dexter says the fare is ``modern Australian'', with Mediterranean and French influences. Among the tasty morsels on offer are freshly shucked oysters with a caviar and champagne vinaigrette; seared pepper tuna, with an avocado and cucumber salad; and a terrine of farmed rabbit served with fig and pear chutney. Entrees start at $25, while mains are from $33. Those with a sweet tooth might be tempted to bypass dinner and head straight for the dessert tasting plate ($38). It features four small portions of selected desserts including passionfruit brulee with almond biscotti, lime and coconut delicious pudding, baked chocolate mousse cake and strawberry trifle. And what does the chef recommend? ``I'm quite partial to the Cape Grim beef sirloin,'' Mr Dexter said. ``It's grass-fed beef from north-west Tasmania which has reputedly got the cleanest air in Australia. Being grass- fed it means the cattle have not taken any antibiotics, and are fed on grass and not grain. It's more natural and it's a healthier product. And despite what some people claim, it definitely does affect the flavour.'' Mr Dexter said another popular choice is the assiette of duck featuring a duck liver parfait, cured duck breast and duck rillette served with a rocket and apple salad.While the menu sounds fancy, there's nothing pretentious about the restaurant. ``We've got a good local following and get plenty of regulars including many of the residents who live here," Mr Dexter said. But there are also a lot of people on holidays out to enjoy themselves.'' After 30 years cooking up treats around the world, Mr Dexter says he's more than happy at Barretts where he can get his hands on plenty of fresh local produce. ``I get as much fresh food as possible including local eggs, cheeses and seafood,'' he said. Barretts runs a four-course degustation menu in conjunction with Robert Oatley wines from the Hunter Valley. Cost is $85 per person and each course is matched with a glass of wine from the Robert Oatley range. The restaurant is open every day for breakfast (6.30am-10.30am) and dinner (6pm-10pm) and for lunch (12-3pm) from Friday-Sunday. Or, take the family between 5pm and 6.30pm for an early dinner and the kids eat free (kids eat free up to the age of 12 when eating with the same number of adults). For bookings, phone 4352 8137.
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