Suspend the expecations of conventional dining ambience and go with a dining room /refectory style and it will be fine.
Indeed we visited (twice - a lunch and dinner) in the week before ANZAC day and took great delight in browsing the RSA bookshelves in the dining room while we waited for our meals.
Which I am happy to say were very, very good.
We sought out the Diggers Restaurant for the old favourite Lamb's fry and Bacon but discovered also that the Laksa packed a lovely authentic punch!
Just a block away from the waterfront these guys possibly miss the daytripping crowd which is their loss but holiday makers in the village should certainly include them in the culinary itinerary.
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