A special deal for the youngsters during winter $15 menu for children with any adult ‘larger meal’ ordered.
Tuesday 1st May to Sunday 2nd September
Available Sunday – Friday evenings, from 5:30pm
Fish and chips—grilled or fried
Grilled fish with risotto and lemon
Steak, veggies and chips
Sausage, veggies and chips
Pasta bolognaise with pork and fennel
Pasta napolitana with tomato and basil
Pizza with cheese or ham, cheese and pineapple
A scoop of ice-cream
Small soft drink or juice
Join Serge on his road trip through France and experience his favourite regions and dishes
Next stop Périgord / Dordogne
Thursday 21st June
4 course menu $95pp
6.30pm for a 7pm start
The tour then continues to:
Thursday 26th July – Basque
Thursday 23rd August – Savoie
Every two months we have a different artist exhibit at Bathers’ Pavilion.
SHOWING IN APRIL, MAY AND JUNE 2018
A full-time practising painter and printmaker since 1992, Jill has exhibited in a number of galleries including Beaver Galleries ACT, Valarie Cohan Fine Art, Paddington and Salmon Galleries, McMahons Point.
Jill paints mainly with oil and acrylic paints sometimes overlaying with Sennier oil pastel. The printmaking involves etching on zinc plate to produce intaglio monoprints. The calligraphic monoprints are usually produced on hard pressed cardboard which then has the surface built up and carved into. The surface is then inked up with oil based printers inks, printed and the surface worked over again with pastel and paint so each work is unique.
SHOWING IN JULY AND AUGUST 2018
at Nature’s Pace
By Les Irwig showing at the Bathers’ Art Gallery throughout July and August
‘Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Les Irwig’s art is inspired by the sea and the Australian bush near his Sydney home. His photographs have received National and International awards. In the past decade, he has had 8 solo exhibitions and several joint exhibitions of his large-scale, edition-limited prints on archival paper, framed to best display their unique qualities. His work is held in collections in Australia, England, South Africa and North America.
Photographic art is made in the first instance without a camera: it requires reflection to understand the essence and depth of a scene and intensive thought to develop techniques, such as photodynamism, to allow its expression.
Come and celebrate Christmas early in the Restaurant.
Thursday 12th – 4 courses $80pp
6.30pm for a 7pm start
To book please call 9969 5050 between 9am and 5pm