Sunshine Coast Daily - Caloundra Weekly - - DINING GUIDE -

Great value, de­li­cious meals and friendly, wel­com­ing ser­vice.

Now in its 21st year of trad­ing from the Cen­tre­point Ar­cade lo­ca­tion, the greater por­tion of which has been un­der the same own­er­ship, this highly re­spected Caloun­dra Icon con­tin­ues to be well pa­tron­ized.

De­spite be­ing lo­cated in the mid­dle of the Ar­cade and hav­ing lim­ited vis­i­bil­ity from its two Bul­cock Street en­trances and an­other from Minch­in­ton Street, Jerome’s re­mains a pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion for lo­cal res­i­dents and reg­u­lar vis­i­tors from Bris­bane, the Gold Coast, Ip­swich and Toowoomba, in par­tic­u­lar.

Co-owner, Anna says the main rea­son for Jerome’s longevity is the ex­ten­sive va­ri­ety of­fered by its a la carte lunch and din­ner menus. In ad­di­tion to the tra­di­tional Ital­ian Favourites; Scal­lop­ine, Pasta and Pizza, there are also many other choices from the seafood, chicken and steak dishes.

All meals are pro­fes­sion­ally cooked by qual­i­fied chefs, all of whom have been with the restau­rant for many years. The Starters, En­trees and Desserts are also quite ex­ten­sive and younger chil­dren are well catered for with their own, low-priced menu. Jerome’s is fully li­censed but also wel­comes B.Y.O. (bottled wine only) with a mod­est cork­age charge of $2.50p.p. All ma­jor cards are ac­cepted.

Whether it’s for a simple take-away meal to en­joy at home or a dine-in oc­ca­sion with full ta­ble ser­vice and no dishes to wash, Jerome’s is the place to go.

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