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South Bank Surf Club

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by Bee Hewitt (subscribe)
I am an artist living in Beachmere Qld
Published May 5th 2012
We arrived at South Bank at lunch time, after an enjoyable visit to the Modern Art Gallery and decided to eat at the South Bank Surf Club. We did wonder where the waves were, but as we dined on the balcony, overlooking the free swimming pool/lagoon - we thought it did the trick, visually, as did the picturesque little shops and cobblestones.



Apparently it is a busker's dream on the weekends. We were greeted on the stairs by a friendly waitress, shown the table I picked and was offered a high chair for my 11 month old Grandson. We were given a water jug and our glasses filled. Lovely to have good service.

Thanks Bec.



We ordered a light pasta - spaghetti/crab/rocket in herbs and lemon juice and a gourmet toasted sandwich with sundried tomatoes, chorizo and roasted peppers and served with golden chips. Yum.



A couple of pure blonde schooners washed down the tasty meal.

For the price, the service was excellent, the napery interesting and the ambience relaxing. The Surf Club was delightful and a must-do-again experience.

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Where: 30aa, Stanley Plaza/Parklands South, South Brisbane QLD 4101
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Awesome Debbie thank you for your review !
by Bee Hewitt (score: 1|51) 2746 days ago
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