As you walk through the double saloon doors you'd be excused for kicking up your heels, yelling 'yeeeehhhaaaaa' and shining your sheriff's badge. Then you remember you're not in Texas, just at one of the Australian Lone Star restaurants. There are artefacts on the wall and Texan music playing to pull you further into the illusion. This Texan roadhouse just screams fun, especially when the staff get involved and line dance.
Now to the food! The Lone Star menu is famous for its mouth-watering steaks, which are served with your choice of sides, and for my personal favourite – the Amarillo Cheese Fries. There's something magical about hot chips smothered in cheese and bacon pieces served with Texas Ranch dressing. The portions are generous and leave you with that content full feeling.
At the moment, Lone Star is running a triple play menu which gives you the option of one entrée, one main and one dessert for only $30. Lone Star is also fully licensed and open 7 days for lunch and dinner. Lone Star also looks after the kids with their very own menu and keeps them busy with a place mat complete with games and colouring. Lone Star really is the eatery that keeps giving. Get on board with their rewards program and every dollar you spend will be rewarded back to you.
Need a place to hold your next function? Side saddle up to Lone Star, they are sure to make it special.
So don your cowboy hat, giddy up and get ready for the ride. Go ahead and make a booking now
Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon is open 364 days a year (closed Christmas Day).