Top 4 Asian food in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia

October 17, 2021 Marianna Hollaway

Reviews on Asian food in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia including Cobar Thai, Cobar Bowling & Golf Club Chinese Restaurant, Cobar Memorial Service Club, Vince's Restaurant
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1. Cobar Thai

1 Barton St, Cobar, New South Wales 2835 Australia Asian, Thai Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol +61 2 6836 4492
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4 based on 70 reviews

Cobar Thai

Reviewed By MyallTeaGardens

On our Motel recommendation, we decided to try Cobar Thai as we fancied something light with a bit of a crunchie veggie fix. Ordered Pork with hokein noodles & veggies along with Duck with chilli & basil. The meal arrived reasonably promptly, but oh dear, it wasn’t good. The noodles were awfully over cooked so were all glunky, the meat in both dishes was certainly not seared, but simmered or boiled so that it was tough & chewy. And the vegetables had been steamed to almost non-recognition. There was a slight tast of chilli, but I think the basil is still coming. Also the pork dish was far too salty to enjoy. When our waiter saw that we hadn’t eaten very much, he asked “did you enjoy your meal” & we rather pathetically said “we weren’t all that hungry”. Possibly if we had been at home & had been served up such a meal, we would made it known that we were not too impressed. But we know how tough a lot of the country areas are doing it, they are probably finding it hard to get staff & supplies, so didn’t want to appear like a proper dawk, coming on all heavy...perhaps the Chef was having an off day. Anyway, the boiled rice was nice & fluffy.

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2. Cobar Bowling & Golf Club Chinese Restaurant

Murray Street, Cobar, New South Wales Australia Chinese, Asian Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Reservations, Table Service +61 2 6536 2052 http://www.cobarbowls.com.au
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4 based on 126 reviews

Cobar Bowling & Golf Club Chinese Restaurant

Reviewed By Ian S

Before we ate here, we had a good look around Cobar (doesn't take long!) and saw the the Bowlo was by far the best presented. The bar was humming (it was happy hour) and the bistro served a choice of Chinese, Thai and Australian. Good food, good value.

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3. Cobar Memorial Service Club

2 Marshall St, Cobar, New South Wales 2835 Australia Chinese, Asian, Australian Takeout, Reservations, Wheelchair Accessible +61 2 6836 2102 http://www.cobarmemorialservicesclub.com
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3 based on 25 reviews

Cobar Memorial Service Club

Reviewed By Themikanic

As I was staying across the road it was recommended an easy place for dinner to walk to was the Memorial Services Club. I enjoyed the Satay Chicken with special fried rice. The menu is extensive and there's something to please everyone. A nice touch was the tray of slices on the bar with plates and serviettes provided.There are also pokies for those who wish to indulge.

4. Vince's Restaurant

2 Marshall St, Cobar, New South Wales 2835 Australia Chinese, Asian, Australian Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +61 2 6836 2599
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3 based on 16 reviews

Reviewed By TiinaTak

Vince's is situated in the Cobar Memorial Services and Bowling Club. Our family of 6 signed in and made our way to the sterile dining room, where we were greeted and seated. The menu comprised various dishes under the headings, Chinese, Thai, Malaysian and Australian. Descriptions were scant, and our waiter could not answer our questions about the dishes.We each ordered a dish from each style of cooking, starting with deep fried wontons, which tasted predominantly of old oil, rather than the filling, which we could not identify.The most tasty dish was the Mia Siam noodles (Malaysian), and the least favourite was the parmigiana (Australian). The other meals were average.Whilst the service was friendly enough, our meals were not served at the same time, which I would consider a basic kitchen competency. The food arrived one dish at a time over the space of 10-15 minutes. There appeared to be 3 waiting staff rostered on and through the doorway to the kitchen we could see numerous kitchen staff. It was not terribly busy in the dining room - there were two other tables - and we could not see significant takeaway orders coming out of the kitchen.I think a narrower menu, together with a description of each dish, would result in greater overall efficiencies and a better dining and service experience for customers.

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