Toyah’s walk pushed back

The Weekend Post - - News -

AN­DREA FALVO Mon­day. The newly fit­ted-out shop restau­rant for­mally oc­cu­pied by The Edge Bar and Grill has three Thai chefs on the kitchen floor who rec­om­mend chilli basil crispy pork belly and deep fried soft shell crabs are ex­pected to be a hit with din­ers.

Ms Scott said the wet weather had thrown up some chal­lenges in get­ting the restau­rant stocked and fit­ted out ready for tonight’s grand open­ing.

“But it is shap­ing up re­ally well, they have done ex­cel­lent work to get it to the shape it’s in,” she said.

Ms Scott said all week she had been taste test­ing menu items and can vouch for the qual­ity of the cui­sine. Be­ing open for break­fast the restau­rant caters to western-style pal­lets as well as Thai favourites. back to a fam­ily mem­ber fully de­tailed, ser­viced, re­stored and re­sprayed by lo­cal busi­nesses.

The con­voy will then set off for Port Dou­glas at 10am, with a stop at Wangetti Beach on the way back for a minute’s si­lence.

“I reckon we’ll get 500 ve­hi­cles,” Mr Trim­ble said.

“This will bond peo­ple again, I know it will. But the bot­tom line, it’s all for Toyah.”

The event will aim to raise $5000 to get more Toyah aware­ness bumper stick­ers printed.

Since launch­ing the ini­tia­tive in Novem­ber last year, Mr Trim­ble said more than 300,000 stick­ers had been printed across the coun­try.

“We can’t keep up with it any more,” he said.

JUS­TICE DRIVE: Wayne "Prong" Trim­ble with one of the Toyah aware­ness bumper stick­ers.

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