Monday, March 26, 2012

Emily's Bistro in Quorn

So I've moved on from Melbourne and gone into the outback where I'm in a tiny town called Quorn. It's like a western movie, deserted, desolate and dreary and half expecting tumbleweed to be blown across the road. Nonetheless I was taken to Emily's Bistro, which is the most unusual restaurant I have been to. Inside is not only a restaurant but also a food store, cafe, laundrette and bank. It's a cute little emporium which has an old musky feel to it and the food was delicious. I ordered breaded lamb chops with mash and cauliflower cheese. The lamb fell off the bone and the meat was juicy and flavoursome. I really liked Emily's Bistro, so travellers who are going along the Stuart Highway and plan on stopping in Quorn. I would recommend dropping by this place, if not to eat then to see how crazy this shop is.

Food store
Bank behind the counter
Breaded lamb chops with mash and cauliflower cheese
Rating: 7/10
Service: 7/10
Presentation: 6/10
Quality: 7/10
Taste: 8/10

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