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.
Bank behind the counter
Breaded lamb chops with mash and cauliflower cheese