Cecelia's articles are illustrated by Allan who enjoys photography. Cecelia is also the author of: "Silver Springtime", "All for Love", "Mystic Evermore" and the new release: "Faith and Love". https://creativearts2009-picturefiles.blogspot.com/
Roulettes Tavern is situated just off Kings Road, near the Airport Shopping Centre. This tavern offers a unique dining experience because the entry is designed to mimic the interior of an aeroplane or airport (I could not quite decide which).
The curved white walls are decorated with squares which are very like aeroplane windows. Once you have walked through the unique entrance area, you are faced with a bar, which looks a lot like a luggage check-in and is entitled "Quantas".
By this time I was quite disorientated, but I was rescued by friendly staff who asked whether I would like to eat in the restaurant or the bar area as the menu was exactly the same. I chose the restaurant because the waitress said she could give us more service there, but I almost wish I had chosen one of the booths in the unique shaped area to enjoy the experience.
I ordered Asian cold rolls, in a small serve and my friend ordered a small schnitzel and chips for lunch. The food was pleasant and well prepared. We were also offered a bottle of house water to enjoy with our meal. Staff told us they had specials available Monday to Thursday, but we had chosen to visit on a Friday. The small serves we had chosen were a reasonable price anyway, something like $12-14 each.
I did not indulge in dessert, but I read through the dessert menu. There was a range of cheese platters, chocolate brownies and condiments which sounded quite impressive. I was very curious about the ricotta and lemon doughnuts, served with lemon curd and raspberry coulis.