Queenscliff Restaurants

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  • Famous Fish & Chip Shop

    by Billy_26 Written Aug 30, 2002

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    People from Melbourne travel to Queescliff just to sample the fresh King George Whiting (Local Fish)
    The fish is very fresh and cooked to perfection.It's a cheap and cheerful meal.
    Take your catch down and sit by the sea and watch the waves roll in.

    Favorite Dish: King George whiting or catch of the day.

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    The Rolling Pin: Pies and sandwiches

    by leffe3 Written May 23, 2010

    If it's a quick, simple and cheap lunch you're looking for, The Rolling Pin could be your answer. Fancy it's not - a baker's with a number of tables both inside and out, counter-service and limited selection. But it sells award-winning pies, pasties as well as sandwiches and cakes. And with pies from $A3.50 - $A5.50, it's certainly one of the cheapest places in town.

    Favorite Dish: Pies are a great Australian tradition - from Farmer's chunky meat through to the breakfast pie of steak, bacon and cheese with everything in between (including vegetarian). And they're good.

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    Rolling Pin: Bakery food, pies, etc

    by Kate-Me Written Jun 4, 2015

    I found this to be a nice, tasty bakery with delicious food.

    Favorite Dish: We had meat pies and rather enjoyed them.

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    • Budget Travel
    • Food and Dining

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