Toyah’s walk pushed back
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.