Discover the best restaurant in Frankston, Australia including the spice club, Thai Beach Cafe, Ling Wah Restaurant, The Boathouse Restaurant, Frankston RSL, Ginseng, Waves on the Beach, Cosy & Tasty Chinese Dumpling Cafe, Eeny Meeny Cafe, Sammons Teppanyaki
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4.5 based on 112 reviews
Welcome to the spice club Now well established with a good reputation, high-quality quotient and really tasty tucker, The spice Club has shown how attractive an Indian restaurant can be. Smart and modern, with a displays of ancient artifacts juxtaposed against crisp white walls and clean architectural line the restaurant is five years ahead of its time. Indian Restaurant The stylish contemporary decor is refreshing surprise to those used to more "Traditional" curry house. We have created a modern and warm ambiance, ideal for entertaining, family and friends. On the beach side of Nepean highway open atmosphere with fully licensed bar and takeaway meals. Regular dinners will be familiar with barbecued meats, butter chicken, lamb Rogan josh, With the Famous 'Grand Indian Buffet' dinner on every fridays and saturdays. We also offers Express Takeaway, half/half in special containers, non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes also do home Delivery service. We exercise innovation in our food preparation and presentation procedures using minimum oil, and spices that are prepared and ground in house. spice club takeaway menu Spice Club wine list
Well , we went to this restaurant tonight for my wife's birthday, on the premise of the buffet that is advertised on the website for , The Spice Club. We got there and whilst the equipment for the buffet was out there was no buffet on. We were advised that it will be back on later in the year, that is not what the website says!
Also this place charges you a 2% surcharge for using eftpos, not a credit card but eftpos. I have never seen this before, very greedy of them. Plus if you want garlic on
any bread, then that will be 50c extra.
The beef dish was tough, the chicken dish was fine. There are better options in Frankston for Indian food, the spice club used to be the best in Frankston , it no longer is.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Right near the beach and the railway station, the shopping centre has a holiday resort feel. The Thai cafe adds to the holiday feel. The proprietor brought me chilled water right away with the meunu. The prices are very good. The food is varied and healthy, but be warned, you have to ask for chillies, as the default is "mild". I selected a seafood salad and was impressed. It was mostly prawns, mussels, squid and some fish in a salad that included bean shoots and lettuce. I want to go back and try out the whole menu.
4 based on 97 reviews
Lunched here with the family to celebrate a birthday. Good lunch menu - most of us chose one of the set courses. The Spring rolls were VERY good and the lemon chicken main was equally good. No complaints and quite inexpensive. BYO was very useful as well.
4 based on 288 reviews
The iconic Boathouse Restaurant is Frankston's premiere dining destination. With an unpretentious menu based on fresh locally sourced produce, this eclectic restaurant boasts a lush, creek-side location at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula. Recently refurbished to the highest standards, the restaurant is a popular favourite among locals and holiday makers. Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner, family get together, special occasion or wedding reception venue The Boathouse Restaurant is perfect for any occasion.
We had dinner here on a very hot midweek evening... Although it was still quite hot when we were seated outside, the balcony was a quiet and breezy alternative to the crowded and noisy interior(lots of hard surfaces... Service was prompt and friendly and the menu interesting... The entree of buttermilk calamari was great as was the chicken & leek terrine. Our mains were the corned beef with greens (a bit dry but tasty) and the pork belly (which was very greasy and had too much dressing). Overall an expensive and underwhelming dinner out.
4 based on 255 reviews
This club is well over a cut above the normal clubs. It is modern , has ample parking, ample dining areas, provides entertainment, has pokies if you need them, betting facilities, ample screens to watch sport, a smoking area and excellent raffles on a Wednesday and Friday night.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Modern Asian Cuisine.
We went to Ginseng for the first time on Saturday night and really enjoyed it. We ordered special fried rice, honey battered chicken (for the kids), battered calamari and beef rendang. The beef was so tender with a lovely sauce. Kids devoured the battered honey coated chicken and all the rice went too! We finished off sharing a deep fried ice cream which we all loved. Really enjoyed the food and would go back again. As always, these places are not budget dining so it's somewhere you can enjoy now and again rather than weekly. The staff were really friendly too so all in all we had a lovely night.
4 based on 480 reviews
OVERVIEW Hidden away on the beach with stunning views over Port Philip Bay, Waves on the Beach offers an amazingly picturesque dining experience. Built in 2004 on one of the most unique locations in Mornington Peninsula, Waves has won numerous awards and been featured on various travel and lifestyle programs. We were recently voted by Dimmi diners as the Top 100 Regional Restaurants in Australia. There is plenty of parking of parking right outside our door and we are open 7 days, 11am till late (kitchen closes from 3:30pm-5:30pm). OUR VENUE Whether it's a casual meal with friends, a romantic dinner or a group function, everything at Waves has been designed to create a relaxed, casual seaside dining experience. Our interior has an easy, coastal feel with comfortable furniture, letting the ocean take centre stage. On warmer days the outdoor balcony dining area is opened to allow the sea breeze to flow through. OUR MENU Our team of chefs have created a broad selection of flavoursome and satisfying meals that complement the relaxed, coastal feel of the venue. We make sure there is always plenty of variety on our menu, along with a daily specials board, which also showcases our fish of the day. Furthermore, we have lunch specials, dedicated vegetarian and gluten-free menus and sharing options. OUR PRODUCE & WINE Our chefs take great pride in sourcing local, fresh produce, based on seasonality and keeping everything reasonably priced. We are constantly updating our menu - so make sure to keep checking in by clicking on the menu tab. All our wines are hand-picked and blind-tasted by our team, led by our sommelier. We specialise in boutique wineries and also have vegan, organic, biodynamic and sulfite-free wines options.
I’ve eaten at this restaurant on several occasions, but this time I’ve had it. Why are the staff so miserable, as if their job is a chore!!! No enthusiasm or politeness. They think their faces might crack if they smile!!! The food isn’t flavoursome either, boring. The view is awesome, but that’s all. Cheer up staff!!! If you’re not happy working there, go somewhere else, and don’t make it miserable for paying clients!!!
4 based on 104 reviews
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Step into eeny meeny and be greeted with a warm atmosphere, friendly smiles, and the enticing aromas of a creative kitchen and superb coffee. The interesting Specials Board is always delectable and the secluded courtyard is an oasis in Frankston.
An absolute gem, sitting there like a duck out of water in Frankston's unprepossessing Young street, just down from the station, opposite the Sunday market. Very good almond latte, excellent healthy tumeric toast with peanut coconut and honey- amazing- and lots more. coffee, Before long, hopefully, all the shops will be boutiques and similarly good cafes.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Was super excited to visit while in Frankston due to the TA ratings we saw. We understand from many teppanyaki experiences around the country that price per person averages $60-$90 depending on your choice & is reflective of entire experience.
The good: staff, cleanliness, presentation and decor.
The bad: food was dry, no rice was included with meals ( a great filler and usually entertaining to watch chef cook) chef was average in personality , flavour of food all the same ( soy sauce), only vegetables were been shoots & spinach mixed at the end. Bad value for money.
It was a shame and leaves a bad taste in your mouth when same money spent at a quality restaurant yields amazing flavours.
I gave an average score based on fact that food was fresh, place was clean and presentable and staff were smiling.
We possibly were an oversight in their impressive track record of good reviews.
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