Bicheno, the jewel of Tasmania’s East Coast, situated north of the Freycinet Peninsula, is a picturesque seaside town famous for its sandy beaches, mild climate and its penguin residents. There’s plenty to do there with scenic walks to Rocking Rock, the Blowhole and along the sandbar to Diamond Island Nature Reserve. The Governor Island Marine Reserve has some of the best diving spots in Australia, with kelp-covered reefs and spectacular sponge gardens.
For foodies, there’s a bounty of fresh seafood in this fishing town, from crayfish, abalone to delicious Australian salmon. The Farm Shed in the centre of town stocks a good range of East Coast wines and other local delights to sample.
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Though the regional powerhouse that was Eagle Boys is now in Pizza Heaven, Suresh and wife, Mathi keep that spirit alive with their metamorphisis into “Eagle Pizzeria” which is one of four re-invented outlets that remain stronger than ever. Yes it’s still the same dependable “mum and dad, middle of the road product” that it’s always been but now independently operated, spread their wings with some adventurous promotional toppings like this Butter Chicken pizza! Their range of ‘Dessert Thingies’ hits the spot nicely and there’s a nice kick to their signature wings!
NEW AT MARKET CITY: One of the best Korean BBQ joints I’ve been to in a long time! You must check out KOGI Korean BBQ at Market City Level 3!
Superduo The RnB Diary spoiled us with a smorgasboard of Korean staples – from the Wagyu Platter to the ritual bowls of rice and noodles, every inch of the table covered with shared side dishes! We eat to the death!
Australia’s Largest Hospitality Group Launch Nightcap Hotels Nationwide. ALH Group has launched Nightcap Hotels, a nationwide accommodation brand offering everything a guest needs to eat, drink, play and stay, all at an affordable price. Nightcap Hotels is dedicated to providing an all-inclusive, great value and affordable sleepover, with contemporary designed rooms, premium King Koil beds, bars, free 24/7 WiFi, bistro and restaurant dining all within a friendly, laid-back atmosphere.
Launching with 28 locations across Australia, Nightcap Hotels will then expand each month following extensive refurbishments to select hotels from the groups 96 existing owned and operated accommodation hotels. Brett Salter, ALH Group National Accommodation Manager, recognises the enormous potential for growth and has ambitious goals for Nightcap Hotels in the coming years.
“Our incredibly talented and passionate team have been working tirelessly for the last three years to build the Nightcap Hotels brand and values,” said Salter.
When asked what makes Nightcap Hotels different, Salter said, “We are able to provide our guests with a unique offer, quite different to any other group around the country. Our hotels have extensive food and beverage facilities and now offer a great accommodation experience at a very competitive price in mostly suburban and some regional locations. There’s a lot of niche brands with personality and consistency in the upscale segment, we will provide this niche along with our signature King Koil beds in our professionally designed rooms in the economy and midscale segment.”
New hotels are added to the Nightcap Hotels network each month with Nightcap at Finsbury Hotel, Adelaide recently refurbished and re-openings expected soon at Nightcap at Belgium Beer Cafe, Perth CBD, Nightcap at Edge Hill, Cairns and Nightcap at Colyton Hotel, Western Sydney.
“With many of our hotels re-opening at more than 90% occupancy levels, we’re all very excited for what is to be an incredible journey ahead,” said Salter.
Nightcap Hotels is operated by ALH Group, owner and operator of over 330 licensed venues across Australia including iconic hotels and neighbourhood pubs, serving over 57,000 meals a day and employing 15,000+ people.
Outside of major malls and dining precincts lies a dining culture of clubs, RSLs, sports clubs and entertainment complexes where outer suburb communities converge. It’s comfortable, its no fuss, it’s easy and in recent years with multi million dollar refurbishments, venues find themselves lifting their game to compete with destination dining spaces. At Wentworth ‘Wenty’ Leagues club, its all about comfort foods with no fuss and the tastebuds of punters left satisfied.