It's expensive and you have to book to get a table, but it's a great place to have lunch. I took ten carnivorous pals here and they all loved it, because who doesn't love fried stuff?
The venue is a converted shearing shed in the middle of nowhere. It's about 150 seats, mostly occupied by tour groups who arrive in giant buses at lunchtime. Hence the need to book.Pros: Enormous buffet
Cons: Bookings essential, Expensive