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Quality Inn Penrith

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261 Mulgoa Road, Penrith, NS, AU, 2750

  • Phone: (61) 2 47345555
  • Fax: (61) 2 47345500
4.2 out of 5 (45 reviews)
89% of guests recommend this hotel


»Club Paceway

Club Paceway is not just a regular club as it provides it's guests with facilities that very few other clubs do. Very rarely will you find a place that offers everything from fine dinning, entertainment, a beautiful venue to host events to a fully-functional racetrack. The Club Paceway Bistro overlooks the racetrack and offers delicious meals and a romantic setting for a date. It also hosts weekly markets and race meets.

Station Street
Sydney, NSW 2750

»J and J Filipino Club and Restaurant

Jack, the owner of the J and J Filipino Club and Restaurant, reputedly made a name for himself roasting pigs to order, a Filipino specialty known as lechon. You will find this on the menu along with some other interesting dishes including chicken curry, pork steak with soy and lemon and isaw, a popular Manila street food, pork intestines dipped in garlic and vinegar sauce. If you are after a quiet, romantic dinner keep away. This is an entertainment hub: all singing, all dancing, with plenty of locals doing their thing. A great place to go with a group for tasty food and lots of fun.

95-97 Main Street
Blacktown, NSW 2148

»Bach Dang

The charming Bach Dang restaurant offers traditional Vietnamese cuisine and has become a real institution in the area. Subtle lighting and excellent service creates a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Popular with Vietnamese families and locals. On the menu you will find chicken, prawns, beef and more. The tamarind crab is really yummy.

46 Canley Vale Road
Sydney, NSW 2166

»Dong Son

In the heart of Cabramatta, enjoy some authentic Cambodian fare in the pleasant little eatery. Informal and unassuming, with a friendly staff, Dong Son caters to mostly locals. Great for a light snack or a main meal. Choose from Chinese and Cambodian dishes including deep fried quail (in Cambodia they use pigeon) and Samlor Mchou: a seafood soup flavored with Thai basil, lemongrass, pineapple, and tomato. Only cash payment accepted here. Call for additional information.

44 Park Road
Sydney, NSW 2166

»Thanh Binh

Thanh Binh offers everything from hot noodle soups to offering a full Vietnamese menus. Habitually busy, especially on weekends, people come from all over the city to sample these dishes. The staff is friendly and the service excellent. The menu includes Barbecue Beef with Vermicelli, Prawn Salad, and Fried Pancake, and some French-style dishes such as Frog's Legs and Quails. 

52 John Street
Sydney, NSW 2166

»The Stardust Hotel

At The Stardust Hotel one will find a Chinese seafood restaurant that draws influence from Cantonese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisines, a main bar, and a VIP lounge for those who wish to enjoy their drink and privacy. This joint also offers a 25 percent discount on Tuesday nights and free entertainment for children on Sundays.

84 Broomfield Street
Sydney, NSW 2166

»Castle Hill Tavern

Castle Hill Tavern is a casual dining establishment that caters to the needs of your entire family. Tasty bistro menu, interesting event line-up and the friendly atmosphere make for a memorable dinner. For more information on Castle Hill Tavern, call ahead.   

25 Victoria Avenue
Sydney, NSW 2154

»Flavour of Ceylon

Cooking Sri Lankan food for yourself is fiddly and time consuming, so what better way to enjoy some traditional dishes and let someone else do the washing up? Influenced by Arabs, Indians and Malaysians to name but a few, this type of cuisine can be either fiery, or delicately flavored. Friendly and informal, the owner is always happy to cater for private functions. The clientele is a mixture of locals and Sri Lankans. The menu includes various biryanis and there are also hoppers (pancakes) which can be plain or with egg.

Macquarie Street
Sydney, NSW 2150

»City Extra

The flagship City Extra Cafe at Circular Quay, has the sweeping postcard views of the harbor; this one at Parramatta has the surf but the cyber surf. City Extra is a theme restaurant, with newspaper motifs and paraphernalia everywhere from the menus to the wall decorations to the bathroom doors. Old-fashioned advertisements and editorials remind you just how much change the last century has seen. The menu includes gourmet burgers, big salads, pastas, wicked cakes and towering iced chocolate concoctions. 

301 Church Street
Sydney, NSW 2150

»One World Sports Bar

With 60 screens playing non-stop action and an interactive games area One World Sports Bar is an absolute must for fans of any sport. The walls are covered with sporting memorabilia from past and present. The crowd is made up of the sports heads and the curious. The restaurant serves up bistro style food to a mainly family type crowd. When the sun sets, the venue also doubles as a nightclub and cocktail bar.

295 Church Street
Sydney, NSW 2150

»Charcoal Mine BBQ House

The Aussies may think they know a thing or two when it comes to the barbecue, but the Korean, buffet-style restaurant certainly gives barbecues a new slant. Every table at the Charcoal Mine BBQ House has a charcoal burner where you can sizzle your chosen food to your heart's content. Choose from fresh meats such as beef, pork or chicken, some of which have been marinated in traditional sesame and garlic sauces; there is also seafood. Rice, Kimchi, and salads are included in one deal.

454 Church Street
Sydney, NSW 2151

»La Cigale

Owners of Parramatta restaurant and bar, La Cigale, had a dream: they wanted to create a venue that would evoke Beirut's spring, winter in Paris and summer in Sydney, and with their eclectic mix of design, drinks and dishes, they may just have achieved it. The restaurant menu is comprised mainly of Middle Eastern dishes (think pastries filled with feta cheese or stuffed baby eggplants), with occasional nods to French cuisine in the form of chicken Provencale and the rather chocolate-centric dessert menu. But what really sets La Cigale apart is the cigar menu, complete with tasting notes and prices to suit both dabblers and experts.

354 Church Street
Sydney, NSW 2150
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