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Reviewed 1 June 2021

It’s my go to place when I can’t be bothered cooking. Great food good, size serve, Great pricing. Food doesn’t disappoint!!! The bar staff are very nice and friendly whenever We have eaten in.

Date of visit: May 2021
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Reviewed 13 May 2021

Have family that live in Tomingley so a group of us went to the pub for dinner. The food was great as was the service. The barman at this hotel is very efficient and quick unlike some hotels where you wait a long time for...service. The meals were a good size, reasonably priced and tasty. Will have another meal here when we return again.More

Date of visit: May 2021
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Reviewed 16 April 2021 via mobile

Stopped at the Cross Roads for lunch today, will be going back on Sunday. My husband had The Tomingley Burger which he said was really good. I had the Barra Burger and it was so good, tastiest fish burger I had in a long time....The staff were really nice too! Definitely a great little pub to stop at.More

Date of visit: April 2021
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Reviewed 27 December 2019 via mobile

Delicious meal at very reasonable prices. Outback style charm, great service delivered by a single employee on our visit. Large meal size and cold beer.

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed 7 October 2019 via mobile

Snitzel night for $10 with mash & veg Very tasty Bar service very poor Lots characters here But this is outback Aussie So alls good

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 22 July 2019 via mobile

The lady behind the bar was flat strap. The waiter, he’ll like that title, was zooming about delivering food, keeping fires going etc etc. all done cheerfully. And then 30+ more folks turned up... and they didn’t miss a beat. Brilliant. The food was good...solid home cooked style food. Never saw who was in the kitchen but they did a great job. The environment suited all sorts of folks. Cockies yarning, family friendly and travellers. On a pub camp website too.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed 31 January 2019

We had 4 visits to this pub over two days and enjoyed every one of them. The staff and management were very friendly and welcoming, as were the locals around the bar. The beer was good and cold and the service was excellent. On our...last visit we had an evening meal and even though the pub was very busy the meals were great. Large serves, delivered promptly and the price was right. We chose to eat in the bar (great atmosphere) but there is a separate dining area if a quieter experience is preferred. A place not to miss whether you are travelling through or staying in the area.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed 21 December 2018

Recently under new Management, the Crossroads Hotel aka The Tomingley Pub is a gem for a great feed and a cold beer. It is roughly half way between Dubbo and Parkes on the Newell Highway and while it does cater for Truckies because of the...huge amount of parking available, everyone is welcome. The hotel is very clean, lots of beer on tap and as I said the meals are huge and delicious. On the night we went I had the ‘Reef & Beef’ with a T-Bone Steak, Prawns in a yummy sauce, nice thick chips and delicious salad. It was a huge plate that I couldn’t finish. The Bistro opens at 6pm. You will not be disappointed. Now with the new Management, we will be eating there regularly.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed 23 November 2018

Travelers have made mention of this pub when reviewing the motel next door (Lucky Strike). Some people say the food is good hearty country fare, others say it is rubbish. The truth is somewhere in between I'd suggest. I had a chicken schnitzel because that...was the only option the night I was there. I am wary of any chicken schnitzel served in pubs these days as it is normally manufactured meat and not a cut from a single chicken. And this was the case here. The chips were passable and surprisingly the salad was fresh. At $18 a plate, no complaint at that. However as a pub that seems to do a regular trade considering its location, they ought to be doing better. Looking on the internet it appears that it is up for sale so let's hope a keen publican gets hold of the business really quick.More

Date of visit: November 2018
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