Fabulous dawn wildlife trip on the Daintree River and an Egg & Bacon Pie on the banks of the river to finish off with.
Saturday, September 06, 2014
|Friday Nights - Fish & Chips|
Following the advertising that the Crossroads Cafe was open again we went along to the Friday night Fish & Chips.
We loved it, from the Gossips Sauvignon Blanc at $15 per bottle to the generous serve of Mackerel & tasty fries at $12.50. (see previous post for menu)
There was some live music from the Piano Man and the place was jumping with locals from 8 to 80.
The Crossroads Cafe is the most strategically placed eatery in Daintree. To go to any part of Daintree you must pass by it because it is at the Ferry turn off from the Mossman - Daintree Road.
Truly the Gateway to Daintree.
Photo: Taken on the night by Daintree Marketing
Monday, September 01, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014
Tuesday, August 05, 2014
|2 for 1 offer|
Photo: Marketing Daintree
Sunday, July 06, 2014
|Formerly the Daintree Inn|
Blackboard specials available
Counter Meals Meals from 12 - 3pm 5.30 - 8.30pm
Garlic Ciabata bread grilled w' Parmesan cheese $4.50
Tempura Prawns w' lime & chilli dipping sauce $14.50
Crumbed Mackerel w' tartare sauce, chips & salad $15
Salt 'n' Pepper Calamari w' chips & salad $14
Beef, Bacon & Cheese Burger w' chips $12
Steak sandwich w' caramalised onion, bbq sauce & chips $13
Crumbed chicken breast, chips & salad $17
Chicken Parmy w' chips & salad $18.50
Bangers & Mash w' onion gravy $14
Beef & bean nachos w' guacamole & sour cream $14
Scotch Fillet, char grilled w' mash, veg & mushroom gravy $22
Grilled chicken breast w' sweet chilli mustard cream, wedges & salad $18
Caesar Salad - traditional $11
Caesar Salad - chicken $14.50
King Prawn Spaghetti w' garlic shallot cream $21
Bowl of hot chips $4 - Wedges $5
See more: mossmanexchange.com.au/dining.html
|JOV & DAVE|
See more: mossmanexchange.com.au/dining.html
Thursday, June 12, 2014
|BYO at the Big Barramundi Garden|
Brunch & Lunch
The Big Barra has a most extensive menu with a real local flavour. Right in the middle of the main street of Daintree.
Monday, June 09, 2014
|Newspaper Clipping - Gazette 5 Jun 2014|
Formerly the "Daintree Inn"
As can be seen from the newspaper clipping above the Exchange Hotel in Mossman is open and providing meals.
We took up the offer and found the wine and meals were good value. There was a good turnout of Grey Nomads and Grey Local diners, wives, some children and other diners on the Monday public holiday.
Renovations to the old Blue Moon are not completed just yet.
New Responsive website under construction:
Monday, June 02, 2014
A great lunch time option in Daintree is takeaway seafood by the beach at Wonga.
Lunch time in Daintree is busy time with predictable bottlenecks at the cafes and restaurants. Driving up to Daintree from Cairns or Port Douglas just order by phone as you go through Mossman and pick up your piping hot lunch at the Wonga Beach Servo on the Mossman to Daintree Road 10 minutes later.
Fish, grilled, crumbed or battered $5.50
Seafood Basket $16.50
Chips - small $2.20
Chips - medium $3.50
Chips - large $4.80
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Friday, April 25, 2014
Take out/away options in Daintree
The speediest take away to be found in Daintree is the Wonga Beach Caltex Servo on the Mossman to Daintree Road.
Big selection, always fresh, coffee, fish & chips, pizza, wraps, pies, salt & pepper calamari and a lot more.
Phone ahead? 0740987616
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
There are two free electric BBQ's in Daintree. One is at the beginning of the Daintree Valley at Wonga Beach (Wonga Community Park) and the other is at Pioneers Park opposite the Big Barra in Daintree Village.
Other Daintree dining options are at:
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Rainy Sunday afternoon in the Rainforest.
Open Tablelands steak sandwich with a Margaret River claret for lunch. It seems the new epicurean regime has things under control nicely and with some swish service.
(The Daintree Eco Lodge is on the south side of the Daintree River on the Mossman - Daintree Road just before Barrat Creek bridge.)
more Daintree Dining >
Monday, January 20, 2014
Next door to Daintree Horizon Estate in Mossman is the Mossman Memorial Bowls Club and the Jack High Bistro. The club was voted the best Far North Queensland for 2013 a distinction it has achieved several times before. It has a bar, bistro, gaming room and lounge which is all air-conditioned, a rarity anywhere near Daintree. The drawbacks are no undercover parking and the wifi does not extend to patrons. (Both of these features are resounding disappointments.)
Back to dining, the food is OK but a tad overpriced and the limited wine selection (no wine list) was reasonably priced.