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Please note: meals are subject to change without notice.

Bookings are essential by 10am on 08 9411 3877.

November 2019

The following table presents the menu for each day and type of food.

Day Food
Week 1  
Friday 1 Grilled fish with chips and salad - Baked rice pudding - Sundowner - Rock and Roll Night
Monday 4 Soup - Bangers, mash and peas
Tuesday 5 Melbourne Cup Lunch (3 Course Meal)
Wednesday 6 Corned beef, vegetables and white sauce - Date and almond cake
Thursday 7 Cafe Open 9.30am - 1.15pm
Friday 8 Soup - Battered fish with chips and salad - Quiz
Week 2
Monday 11 Sweet and sour pork with fried rice - Coconut pie
Tuesday 12 Cafe Open 9.30am - 1.15pm
Wednesday 13 Soup - Roast lamb, gravy and seasonal veg
Thursday 14 Cafe Open 9.30am - 1.15pm
Friday 15 Crumbed fish with chips and salad - Mango Fool - BINGO
Week 3
Monday 18 Soup - Beef stew served with vegetables  
Tuesday 19 Cafe Open 9.30am -1.15pm
Wednesday 20 Roast beef, gravy and seasonal vegetables - Choc mint cheescake 
Thursday 21 Cafe Open 9.30am -1.15pm - Fathers Day
Friday 22 Soup - Chicken parmigiana with chips and salad - Movie Meal Deal
Week 4
Monday 25 Curried Meatball with rice and salad - Apricot and blackberry cake
Tuesday 26 Cafe Open 9.30am - 1.15pm - Market Day - Set Menu
Wednesday 27 Soup - Roast beef, gravy and seasonal vegetables
Thursday 28 Cafe Open 9.30am - 1.15pm
Friday 29

Quiche Lorraine with chips and salad - Carrot Cake


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