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We popped in here on our way back to Melbourne as it was the easiest place to stop when towing a caravan. It looks a little sad both inside and out, but boy, the food was fresh, delicious, very reasonably priced, and the staff were...super friendly. It will be on our list of good places to take a break from now on.More
Had a breakfast at the Corio Bay Roadhouse on a Sunday morning. Casually wiped the surface of our table with a white serviette, and was shocked to see that it came up black (with old grease and other grunge). The restaurant needs to implement a...regular and more thorough cleaning regime to make sure tables are germ and stain free. The restaurant's air coinditioning is also always set to a cold setting, making it uncomfortable and chilly. Most of the older waitresses always look grumpy and unhappy, - not a smile amongst them.More
Power outage caused a sleep-in and rushed to car for work. Behind wheel my tummy suggested “forgotten something?”. Knew the reliable Roadhouse would have the buffet waiting. Grabbed a chicken schnitzel roll (lettuce & mayo) and it deliciously hit the spot. Swanned on time into...work with a happy belly and contented mind.More
Might have to carry a hi-viz shirt in car to fit in better with the clever tradies that frequent the roadhouse. Nevermind, get out the way and let me wrap laughing chops around a savoury chicken jaffle. If have more time I’ll sit out back...for a veal parmi. Old school trusty cafe food, friendly service and an oasis in growing desert of hipster pretenders or American fatty shops.More
This restaurant has been around for at least 40 years and is still a favorite of tradies. Egg and bacon sandwiches are great for breakfast on the run. Their savory mince jaffles are well worth a try. They make great coffee as well.