Food back on at the Moss­man Golf Club

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FRONT PAGE -

IT has been a while since there has been food avail­able at Moss­man Golf club, but that will change on Wed­nes­day with the open­ing of Nine and Dine. The club, with seat­ing for 60-80 peo­ple, is li­cenced and has a small wine se­lec- tion. All the liquor is at club prices. restau­ra­teur Garry Ma­son says the fare is sim­ple but high qual­ity, with most of the main cour­ses priced in the low 20s. While re­tain­ing old favourites like steak, bar­ra­mundi fish and chips, there is a bit of ev­ery­thing from pasta to Thai cur­ries. ‘‘Ev­ery­one should be able to find some­thing they like and that in­cludes vege­tar­i­ans,’’ he says. En­trees start with soup at $8 through to an Asian in­spired salad topped with grilled prawn skew­ers at $16. A lot of the en­trees have a light feel with Asian flavours. There are just a few desserts, the high­light be­ing the chef’s fa­mous sticky date and wal­nut pud­ding, served with hot caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream.

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