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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2013
Kangaroo Valley 16 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Chef Kevin Pollard and his son Jamie (pictured in the advertisement) have rewritten the menu at the F d I B s anditisalreadyagreathit with locals and visitors to the valley. Focussing on variety, quality and price the new menu caters for all tastes. One of the vegetarian meals' that's a real winner is the Roasted Eggplant, Chickpea & Kale Curry with Fruited Quinoa & Rice Crisps (vegan & gluten free),YUM. Besides a range of interesting vegetarian salads there is plenty for the others with a variety of schintzels, burgers, steaks and a popular Alpaca Burger with chilli jam. Most of the dishes are around and u d $2 . There's lots happening in the spacious b a d at the Friendly Inn. Besides the kids playground there is the new Boule court, so meet up with your buddies and have a game the looser pays for lunch. Saturday night is your classic pub night, chat with the locals, enjoy the beer, the food and the live music you can stay the night across the road at the Pioneer Motel. Also the newly formed F dI a b G s have planted 5,000 garlic cloves in the garden and now anxiously await a successful har vest in December. It's sign of more new things to come atThe Friendly Inn.P u d p: The Friendly Inn vegetable growers relax in the beer garden and celebrate after planting 5,000 garlic cloves. the friendly inn gepwerf die The historic Hampden Bridge spanning the Kangaro o River is a focal point of the village. ta ty treat Paula making fudge the go od old fashioned way, with love, joy and all natural ingredients at the Kangaro oValley Fudge House. KangarooValley is full of surprises, with its everchanging vistas of escarpments, waterways, lush dairy farms, morning mists and natural bushland. KangarooValley offers wonderful a m m d a , interesting sh ps, a s, pu bs and s a u a s. Takelife ata leisurely pace and soak up the quaint village atmosphere as you wander down the valley's picturesque main street. Check out more activities - golf, fishing, bushwalking, kayaking and horseriding go to: . a a a u s .a s .a u Alternatively take in the rich rural scenery as you journey to the spectacular F F a s and check out the cultural displays, sumptous bushtucker and Aboriginal artworks at the Koori Kulcha Cafe at the Visitors Centre. valley adventure The spectacular Fitzroy Falls in action. 9am - 5pm Daily ~ 4465 1375 158 Moss Vale Rd, Kangaroo Valley www.kangaroovalleyfudge.com.au Famous Fudge... Hand Made The Old Fashioned Way! Kangaroo Valley Fudge House & Ice Creamery Old fashioned Devonshire Tea service with home made scones and jam or delicious savory muffins and home made relish. Come and enjoy ... Be spoilt with a Traditional High Tea ~ bookings essential Bistro • Every Day Lunch Special $12.00 (Set meal) Dinner Special $15 - $20 Wide Range Of Beers On Tap • TAB Sports bet Outdoor Play Area For Children • Bottle Shop 2337687