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dined on Mon, 24 Jun 2019

It is now called a buffet rather than a smorgasbord, but the quality is still there after all these years. Very enjoyable.

dined on Sat, 15 Jun 2019

The service food and atmosphere were as usual the best.I love the place as it is warm and friendly and reminds me of times spent in Europe.

dined on Sat, 8 Jun 2019

Too expensive, food quality is average

dined on Fri, 7 Jun 2019

Staff are very well mannered and provide a great service

dined on Thu, 25 Apr 2019

Very good buffet selection, pleasingly displayed. Large choice of fresh salads and cold dishes. Hot roasts were very tender and plenty of choices in vegetables. Nice dessert selection and the Princess cake was delicious! Cheeseboard, fresh breads and fruit also available. Staff were proficient and polite.

dined on Sun, 21 Apr 2019

I brought my my family here for dinner on Easter Sunday. It was very lovely. We love the place instantly because of the ambiance and food and drinks were delicious. Lots of choices for the salads. It’s worth to bring your love ones to enjoy your lunch or dinner here. I would come back again next time.
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About Miss Maud Restaurant

Swedish Smorgasbord In Australia, the Swedes are popularly known for lucrative exports such as ABBA, Bjorn Borg, and the Swedish massage but Miss Maud Smorgasbord Restaurant is putting Swedish cuisine on the Aussie culinary map. With breakfast, lunch and dinner seating, Miss Maud’s buffets provide plenty to stimulate the senses and is the perfect place to celebrate, offering something for everyone.... and if you are celebrating or bringing children under 13, let them know in the special request box and they will add some Miss Maud Magic to the night ! This iconic institution reminds us that the ‘all you can eat smorgasbord’ has its origins in Swedish culture,. You can't leave without sampling the famed tortes (Swedish layer cake consisting of alternating layers of airy sponge cake, raspberry or strawberry jam, pastry cream, and a thick-domed layer of whipped cream) paired with a hot coffees, these two key attractions carry on the traditional Swedish theme.

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