My partner's family, six adults and two little ones, and the two of us stayed at the Nara Resort for a night and went to the buffet for dinner. We had a collection of two-for-one dockets which we printed from online and also from the back of our grocery dockets.
The Restaurant is inside the main entrance to the resort, past the little bar/cafe which on the night had a lovely young lady singing at a grand piano. Inside the restaurant was very busy and a little plain but had a cheerful atmosphere.
The food is what you all want to hear about and the seafood was amazing. Everyone at the table had piles and piles of grayfish which was cooked to perfection. A single plate alone could cost $70 at any other restaurant so you got your money worth there. Other hot foods include pizzas, chips, roast meats, steamed veggies and about six other hot pots of goodies. Cold food included prawns, mussels and oysters. The salad selection was also very abundant including crab meat salad and prawn salad.
Aside from the sea food the other main hit was definitely the desserts. They had an ice cream machine and about five flavoured sauces to drown it in, as well as sprinkles and chocolate chips. There were also different types of jelly, cakes and profiteroles.
The two for one docket made it $35 each so usually $72.50 per person Fri- Sun, $49.50 Mon- Thurs. Which may be a little steep but if you love your sea food you'll find it worth it. Kids were $1 for every year of age up to 13.
The Shoreline also offers all you can eat Breakfast for $29.50. Friday, Saturday and Sunday the Shoreline is themed with 'Hooked on Seafood', whereas Monday is 'East meets West,' Tuesday is 'Flavours of Australia,' Wednesday is 'Tastes of America' and Thursdays are 'Viva Italia.'