Kingscliff Travel Guide

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Kingscliff Things to Do

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    by Rumi-fan Written Nov 16, 2008

    Take a stroll around the area and note the tasteful architecture. Many properties between 1 and 2 million AUD

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    by sue_stone Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Kingscliff is a small town just south of the QLD/NSW border. This quiet beachside town is where we found ourselves one day in need of some lunch. We wanted to eat somewhere relaxed, so we decided to check out what was on offer at the Bistro of the Bowls Club.

    The Kingscliff Bowls Club is located in a prime position, backing onto the beach. The club has been running for almost 60 years and is a very popular place for the locals to meet.

    We arrived at the Bistro, all found something that sounded good on the menu, and bagged a great table with ocean glimpses. The men were sent to the bar to get the drinks.

    Favorite Dish: When the food arrived we were pleasantly surprised - it looked good! I had the Grilled Barramundi and it was really delicious. Hubby had the 'Surf & Turf' (steak and seafood) and he really enjoyed it as well.

    Good old Kingscliff hey!

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    by Rumi-fan Written Nov 16, 2008

    Roughies is the restaurant attached to the resort. Its a nice restaurant with a veranda area with blinds which open to the elements. Its very nice.

    The knives used in the restaurant are difficult to hold - they roll around in your grip. this may seem like a minor thing but it makes eating the meal a bit frustrating.

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    by pedroswift Updated Sep 10, 2008

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    Having checked out the web site before heading south to Kingscliff for three nights at Salt Resort, we were looking forward to eating at Mahsuri which is named after the legend of a much malaigned Langkawi miss. The S East Asian name matches an influence with the cuisine of chef Andy Hastings, a Kiwi. Anyway the blend of cultures produces an excellent menu: the food is wonderful.
    Dining is outside under an awning with plastic walls if it rains. Wheel chair access is easy. Plenty of car parking. Organic, vegetarian and gluten-free meals are available.
    Entrees $15 (AUD) to $26 (1 doz oysters served 3 ways): Mains $24 to 35: sides $6 (rice $3): Desserts $15 +/- : cheese platter for2 with condiments $24.
    Wine by the glass $7-10 : by the bottle $29 and up. Reasonable choice of Australian whites and reds and a couple of sparklings and stickies.

    Favorite Dish: For entree we tried the duo of ocean trout ($18) and red claw marron tail w witches chase goats cheese, greens & a tomato pepper sorbet ($20).
    Mains included pan seared hamashi kingfish on abaloni raviolli w black bean orange and soy ($35) & oven roasted whole coconut filled with queen bug tail, salmon, cream and pernod with baby cos,pear and walnut salad ($33). Both meals were highly enjoyable - presentated with flair and flavour.

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