Dining at The Station
The Station, the heart of adventures, accommodation and dining at El Questro, is excited to launch a new food offering designed to appeal to travellers, couples and families. New menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner feature a swag of popular food favourites with many affordable options.
As part of The Station’s menu makeover the original steakhouse restaurant has closed, while the lively Swinging Arm Bar has been be extended to create an attractive and comfortable hub for dining and socialising. Included is a larger outdoor eating area with new shade sails, ducted water misting to keep customers cool by day and night, and newly landscaped gardens.
A rejigged program of entertainment includes a great line-up of live music making for fun nights in the WA outback. Aussie folk guitarist Stu Harcourt has already confirmed from the Easter long weekend and singer songwriter Chris Matthews will play from June.
El Questro Station guests and travellers can enjoy a take-away breakfast served from the bar counter with espresso coffee, tea and juices available alongside banana bread, bacon and egg rolls, delicious wraps, toasties and muffins – all a great start to the day and perfect for taking on the road.
A counter-service lunch is open for Station guests and visitors in the Swinging Arm Bar. A new menu includes an Angus beef burger and gourmet salads with optional free-range chicken or fresh-caught local barramundi. Farmhouse-style chips are a favourite for just about everyone and there are cheeseburgers and fish and chips for the kids.
Dinner is served counter-style in the Swinging Arm Bar with grass-fed beef and chicken burgers, beer battered local barramundi, pastas and a pizza menu offering something for everyone. Kids can choose from pasta, fish or chicken nuggets and chips, with drink and ice-cream combos guaranteed to make happy campers.
A great range of Australian and overseas wines, beers and spirits as well as non-alcoholic beverages is also served at the bar.