Lunch at Woy Woy

L ast Sunday was the first time me, Stan, Val, Geraldine and Azza had gathered together since Mum’s death. It was great to catch up and reminisce, and Val’s friend Margaret from Dubbo also came along and added spark to the day.

Despite the heat we had a wonderfully long and lazy lunch on the sheltered deck of Fishermens Wharf restaurant at Woy Woy. The quality and price of the food was an excellent surprise: I had whole roasted snapper stuffed with mediterranean vegetables, and as you can see I didn’t leave too much on the plate. All the other dishes were generously sized, well cooked and good value (mid-$20s).

Close to the train station, this wharf is also a stop for local ferries. And there’s a decent pub across the road for afterwards, if one is so inclined. A great day at a great spot, highly recommended.

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Born in New Zealand, now living in Australia. When I'm not travelling, that is... Though I have travelled quite a bit before, 2012 is the first time that I've taken a year off to roam the world. Spending this time with Kristen exploring some of this planet's finest sights has been the best decision I've ever made. Who knows what 2013 will bring?

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