Discover the best restaurant in Yulara, Australia including Pioneer BBQ and Bar, Gecko's Cafe, Arnguli Grill & Restaurant, Bough House Restaurant, Bunya Bar, Ayers Wok Noodle Bar, Walpa Lobby Bar, Ilkari Restaurant, Kulata Academy Cafe, Mangata Bistro & Bar
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3.5 based on 884 reviews
A popular dining option at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort located at Voyages Outback Pioneer Hotel & Lodge. A do-it-yourself BBQ (meat must be purchased at the BBQ Bar) with traditional Aussie charm. Meet up with your fellow travellers and enjoy live entertainment nightly. Open daily for dinner.
Very outback pubstyle venue with wooden bench style Seating and live music on stage at night, very popular with both the locals and tourists of all ages, prices vary for beer and I found it more affordable to get the "On-tap"beer rather that bottled, great place to sit and people-watch as the venue attracts people from around the world.
3.5 based on 1 reviews
we were welcomed by friendly hostess who co-operated readily with our change of Seating (too cold inside with fan, so then opted for outside). We enjoyed watching the passer bys while we waited for our dinner. It was satisfactory beer battered burramundi and unusual to have Italian style chicken served with fries rather than pasta. Pricey for quality but to be expected in the Northern Territory. You go up to counter to order dinner and to bar to order drinks then receive buzzer to tell you when order is ready. Seemed quite popular for take-out too as there are apartment style venue near by.
4 based on 596 reviews
Arnguli is the local Indigenous name for the bush plum. The plum flourishes even in the driest areas. Its importance in desert life is immortalised in dreaming stories and artwork.A gem of Australia’s rugged heart, the bush plum is a fitting name for a restaurant that celebrates its stunning surroundings. Executive Chef Kellie Quazi selects and transforms the finest produce from around Australia into a modern culinary experience. Quality products from every corner of the country are enlivened by local Indigenous flora, spices, grains and seeds
Luckily we had booked our table at Arnguli restaurant but we arrived just after a huge influx of people due to cancellation of outdoor events because of bad weather. We waited at the door for about 10 minutes before someone came to seat us and once ordered the food took a very long time to come out of the kitchen. It was understandable under the circumstances and the waiter was very friendly and efficient. I had 2 entrees, both fantastic. The corn brulee with crab was delicious and the duck entree was also great. The rest of our group ordered steaks. The 2 who ordered fillet steaks were very happy with their meal. The 3rd steak, the porterhouse was very small, closer to 150 than the 250 grams stated on the menu and so thin it was difficult to cook medium rare. Very surprising when all the other food was so good.
3.5 based on 391 reviews
Located at the Outback Pioneer Hotel and Lodge, the Bough House offers a traditional Australian breakfast. Dinner is served a la carte for entrees and mains. Our house made desserts are served buffet style and included with the purchase of your main meal. The dessert buffet is also available for individual purchase should you be looking for a sweet treat to end the night. Children's menu available.
We were four and none of the main courses were acceptable (two disgusting pork bellies, an overcooked lamb roast and a disappointing chicken plate).
Salad buffet and desserts below expectations, too.
Prices totally crazy, 50 AUD per person for such awful food plus drinks and wine.
In general all restaurants and shops in Ayers Rock Resort are overpriced and low quality. Monopolistic situation to squeeze tourists coming to see the beauty of Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta.
3.5 based on 181 reviews
Situated within Desert Garden Hotel at Ayers Rock Resort, Bunya Bar offers an indoor alfresco cafe experience and a wide range of light meals. The bar is also great for an afternoon tea or early evening cocktail. Open daily. Children's menu available.
Everyone needs good nourishment after spending time in this fabulous place, hiking is hungry work. Be it a snack, cocktail, drinks or steak , fish, salads, this is a great option and for Yulara reasonable pricing. I tried lots of venues in town, and very pleased on my visits I had a great steak, also sweet juicy chicken wings. Prices from around $20. Rule number one in Yulara is don't just settle for eating to where staying. Lots of great selections, with friendly service.
3.5 based on 277 reviews
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4 based on 456 reviews
We arrived mid afternoon at Sails in the Desert so there was limited options available for lunch. We had a Club Sandwich which was $25 each. It came with a very small serving of chips.
On another day we arrived back late from a trip so again went to the Walpa Bar. This time my husband had beer battered barramundi ($28) which he said was very good and I had a chicken burger ($26) which was good.
You have to expect prices to be higher in remote locations so be prepared.
4 based on 837 reviews
A buffet dinner was part of our package. Overall the value of the entire package (accommodation, meals, tours, etc.) was excellent. However, on our last night we had the buffet dinner that was inclusive (albeit at a "value" of $70pp). Mushroom soup was tepid-to-warm, Rogan Josh was tepid-to-warm, roast pork belly was tepid-to-warm, no apple sauce or gravy offered, just some chutney to go with it... and we were the first sitting! Plus... plus... we were charged extra for coffee (that was excellent) and a teabag tea that was made with water so cool, that the bag never brewed. For $70pp, simply not good enough.
4 based on 1 reviews
The Kulata Academy café menu includes a wide range of freshly prepared sandwiches along with salads and breakfast classics like fresh yoghurt, smoothies and fruit options. An array of cakes and pastries from the Resort bakery are complemented by Grinders espresso coffee and a selection of T2 tea. Located in the Resort Town Square.The café is run by the trainees of Ayers Rock Resort's National Indigenous Training Academy under the guidance of supervisory trainers and offers trainees a comprehensive food and beverage training facility empowering them in a safe learning environment.
What a great initiative. We spoke with some of the trainees and they were so happy with the training they are receiving and the opportunities available to them when they complete their training. They operate an icecream cart outside the cafe and also a small menu of cafe items in their establishment. We had a toasted Sandwich which was great value at $6.50. The young staff are enthusiastic and friendly. It was a pleasure to be able to support these young people.
4 based on 103 reviews
Casual All Day dining, offering light meals with bush tucker flavours throughout.
Has a quick bite for lunch. Was okay, overpriced and overcooked. The wine was delicious and reasonably priced. Came back for dinner expecting a different menu, no same as lunch. Had Jamaican chicken was average. They ran out of the wine I so enjoyed. Took so long to get my second glass I had completed my meal and missed the mark. Hit and miss with the service. There is no process of who waits what table. The maître d’ was very professional. Chairs very comfortable. Best suited to a snack a pre dinner drinks.
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