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Our drive along Tourist Drive 33 brought us through Laguna, and to Rosa's Kitchen at GNTP. Local produce features on the menu, and on a cold night we had pork loin chops with maple dressing and helped ourselves to fresh salads. Very tasty and well...cooked, hearty meals. The fire was very welcome too and we left well fed and cosy. Staff (including Rosa herself) were very friendly and helpful.More
Great menu under Chef Rosa and her friendly team. Small but tasty choice of lamb, steak, salmon, burgers etc and self-help salad bar.
Good choice of local and imported beers and wines too. Very rustic dining environment. Real Aussie Bush. Local entertainers some weekends.
We went for lunch with a group of about twenty. We had two tables reserved.
We were amongst the first to order food, and were not given numbers. I don't know if this was an oversight. As the people started to order food, they started...giving out numbers.
Then the food started arriving. It was hard to say who the orders were for as some of us didn't have numbers, but we managed to sort out who should get the food.
Unfortunately some people, mainly those who had ordered beef burgers had a long wait to get their food. There seemed to be some confusion. It was suggested by the waitress that we should have all been put on the same docket. This would have made things worse, I believe, as orders may have been out of order. They only needed to give everyone numbers.
And judging by how long it took, I would say that they were understaffed in the kitchen, despite the fact that we had two tables reserved.
Having said that, eventually everyone received their food, and it was delicious.
I would suggest that it would be nice if they had an all day breakfast, as that is popular now and would give a bit more choice of dishes.More
A wonderful place for both lunch and dinner. Lunch provides exquisite vistas over the surrounding countryside from the large opening picture windows. Dinner is a great experience of old style rustic charm, warmed by a dirty great big drum fire, simple but effective lighting and,...often, some live entertainment. The food is simple but hearty, well prepared and reasonably priced. The service is exceptional. While you're there, make sure you try the GNTP range of wines - they are excellent!More
We stopped for a quick lunch on our way to the Hunter.
It certainly is an interesting and quirky place, consisting of a collection of rustic old wooden buildings ! The food was average, the coffee not hot enough and the service adequate.