87 Verified Diner Reviews

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87 reviews
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dined on Fri, 17 May 2019

It was very cold inside It was difficult to get attention to order a second drink Unable to order wine by the bottle

dined on Fri, 24 Aug 2018

The restaurant was above average on food quality; although service could improve somewhat.

dined on Sun, 15 Jul 2018

Great staff Great service Definately will be back

dined on Tue, 15 May 2018

Great food and service

dined on Tue, 6 Mar 2018

Overall nice experience, no too noisy and good food

dined on Thu, 15 Feb 2018

The reason for my comments is that if you are going to charge $43.00 for a steak and chips it needs to be cooked to your liking without chewy fat. If you want veges or salad that is extra. At that price it needs to be good. We had one main meal, garlic bread and one glass of one each. Maybe we should have chosen the salmon. I can't comment on the rest of the food. The outlook over the pool and décor were very nice.

dined on Sat, 6 Jan 2018

Very disappointed - food was not that great but what ruined my night was ordering a mocktail (as I am heavily pregnant) and realising when I drank it that they actually put alcohol in it.

dined on Wed, 13 Dec 2017

Atmosphere was great, service was quick.

dined on Sun, 3 Sep 2017

Had breakfast there a few years ago. It has improved . We loved it.
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About Roadhouse Bar and Grill

Not Just for Truckies This place isn’t quite the pit stop you might expect from the name. It’s part of the Rydges Atura Hotel in Prospect, near Blacktown. It’s far enough away from the M4 motorway not to hear the traffic or smell the petrol fumes. It’s an idiosyncratic little place with friendly staff who do their very best to be as helpful as they can. If you arrive with a big appetite, the 250g New York Sirloin is 100% certified grass fed Angus. For those with an even bigger appetite, the 500g Giant T-bone is, likewise, guaranteed to be grass fed Angus. For wimps with little tummies, they also do a 180g fillet that is no less grass fed Angus than the other two. This is a place that likes to weigh their meat so if you have the pork chop you’ll know you’re getting 300g of it. If you’re not so fond of meat, try the Tuscan Minestrone, which comes with crusty sourdough bread. Best dish: Classic Roadhouse Angus Burger.

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