Each food review will be assessed by me, the customer, on the following:
- First Impressions.
- Would I return to this establishment?
Each will be marked out of 5, for a total out of 30.
Situated in Beerwah Parade, in the locality of the Glasshouse Mountains, Beerwah Hotel has much to offer.
I have frequented the hotel on many occasions so thought that I would share my experiences.
From my location in Buderim, it is a little over 20 minutes away.
REVIEW FOR LUNCH & DINNER DINING
First impressions are excellent. There are parking spaces in the hotel grounds, although there are not many here. However there are several street parking places within a few metres of the hotel.
Inside the hotel, you are greeted by a very open and spacious dining room. There is always someone to greet you. Staff are polite and keen to assist.
The hotel is set back from Steve Irwin Way on Beerwah Parade. It can also be reached via Mawhinney Street. It is local to the Bruce Highway and the townships in the Glasshouse region.
The menus are superb You have your choices of starters. Mains include fish, salad, steaks, pizza, ribs and much more. There are always daily specials that are clearly marked by the kitchen as you enter the premises.
Pricing is very reasonable. A 500g T-bone steak at $41 is the most expensive with salads and pizzas being the cheapest at $23.
The service is always second to none. There have been periods when it has been table service only due to covid restrictions but that was fine! I feel that made things more comfortable. When I go out for a meal, being “waited on” is part of the experience and I would happily pay a little more for that.
You can go to the bar for service or order via your phone from your seat. Both are easy and convenient and with no delays.
WOULD I RETURN
Without a doubt My last meal there, being on 31 January!
First Impressions – 4/5
Location – 4/5
Menu – 5/5
Price – 4/5
Service – 4/5
Would I go back? – 5/5
Total – 26/30