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Published June 23rd 2019
Making a job out of lunching out
Now that I've been retired for six months, I'm getting the hang of catching up with friends for lunch. There's little planning, no cooking or clearing, and day time meet ups mean I can relax in the evening.
Thank goodness for the Seniors Card, issued to those over sixty years of age upon application to the Queensland Government. See here.
Everyone should have a goal, even in retirement. I'm making it my personal mission to sample Seniors Meals from a variety of eateries across the South East Corner of Queensland, sharing my favourites, commencing with Sails Bistro at the Manly Hotel. It's hard work but someone has to do it.
The Manly Hotel in Cambridge Parade has been servicing local needs for over seventy years. It may not be a flash pub, but it's a good pub, and the Seniors Meal makes the journey out of your own area well worth the effort. There is also the added bonus of walking off your meal along the waterfront!
Sails Bistro serves lunch seven days a week between 11:30am and 3pm. The Seniors Special covers two courses, a main and dessert, for a total of $18.00.