Windmill Hotel

Windmill Hotel

The Windmill Hotel is not that noticeable from the road, but once we were inside I was pleasantly surprised about the modern style and decor. It felt quite comfortable in there and there were a few patrons enjoying a meal already. We grabbed what was probably the best designed menu we have come across from the bar and promptly ordered our usuals from a friendly staff member.

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Clovercrest Hotel

Clovercrest Hotel

Walking into the Clovercrest hotel felt like a good old-fashioned suburban pub. The bistro area was a large open room with a sunken dance floor. The lunch menu was a three-course meal for $13.90; a deal we couldn't pass up. Surprisingly there were quite a few patrons inside and there was a varied spread of demographics. I noticed seniors, families, couples and tradies all enjoying a meal.

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Bridgeway Hotel

Bridgeway Hotel

Walking into the Bridgeway from the side entrance gave me deja vu of a time in my teenage years where I visited with my family. I wouldn't have been there since I was about 16, but I distinctly remembered those steps walking in. Once inside I noticed that it was probably the same d├ęcor that greeted me some 15 years ago. I was pleasantly surprised to see some leather booths by the large windows which I was eager to sit in.

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