The Centralian advocate Fri 4 May 2007
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v. 60 no. 98
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Centralian Advocate, Friday, May 4, 2007 21 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 4M A Y -2 00 7 PA G E : 21 C O L O R : C M Y K Centralian Advocate Advertising FEATURE Options For more information, please contact our Advertising Team Andrea, Chrisovan, Maree or Susie 8950 9723 To advertise in this feature, ring TODAY, 4th May 8950 9723 National Volunteers Week Friday, May 11 684405/07 To advertise in this feature, ring by Tuesday, 15th May 8950 9723 Vitalise for Winter Tuesday, May 22 To advertise in this feature, ring by Friday, 18th May 8950 9723 Reconciliation Week Friday, May 25 Come in and try our exciting new menu! Cinema Complex at the Top end of the Mall Book early 8953 4944 7 3 4 4 0 5 /0 7 FOODIES GUIDE Centralian AdvocateAdvertising Feature Glorious coffee THE staff at Gloria Jeans know that there is a coffee, drink or treat for every occasion. Gloria Jeans manager Cathy Stewart serves another satisfied customer. That includes keeping your eyes open in an early morning hit, a tasty lunchtime treat or having a relaxing coffee after the dust has settled. Owners Mark and Cathy Stewart invite everyone to come and have a moment with them in the store the cool music, friendly conversation, great drinks, and accompanying food. Try a tasty quiche, or gourmet roll, and indulge in something from the sweets cabinet. Travel mugs, coffee plungers, syrup flavours, and Gloria Jeans own hot chocolate mixes, along with the famous coffee beans, are all there for the taking, and make great gifts. Gloria Jeans is in Hartley Street outside the Yeperenye Centre. Tasty dinners - and lunches soon DINING inside in style, eating outside in the fresh air it could only be one place. Stephanie Harris, chef Jon Zuniga and Fiona Darling put on a good feed. The Bluegrass Restaurant is Alice Springs favourite indoor and outdoor dining place, and soon there will be a lunch menu too. The popular restaurant will be joined by a surprise well-known chef who will cook up a luncheon storm in the next few weeks. Chef Jon Zuniga says: We have the freshest seafood in all of Alice Springs, so customers should know that we serve nothing but the best. The front area has recently been renovated to include new lighting and pavers for customer comfort. Next month will see the indoor restaurant fitted with reverse-cycle airconditioners. Two outlets with delicious treats THE lunch hour can be gone in the blink of an eye, so why not spend it in the most enjoyable place imaginable Wicked Kneads. Some of the treats available at Wicked Kneads. Wicked Kneads has an enormous range of pies, pasties and sausage rolls to suit all tastes. All the beef pies are 100 per cent real meat pies, so they can be eaten with confidence. Vegetarians are also well catered for with the delicious spinach and vegetable pasty and the spinach and ricotta roll. If fresh sandwiches and rolls are the lunch of choice then check out the new sandwich bar in the Coles Complex it is more than three metres long and is full of meat and salad selections to create the perfect, fresh personalised lunch. Enjoy taste celebration THE Oriental Gourmet is full of delectable and attractive traditional Chinese and Vietnamese fare. Diners receive fine food and service with a smile at Oriental Gourmet. The restaurant has delighted the taste buds of the people of Alice Springs for nearly 20 years and will continue to do so for many more. To celebrate its 20th birthday, the Oriental Gourmet will be having a large banquet dinner. The Hartley Street Chinese restaurant has established a reputation for its banquets and this one should not be missed by anyone who enjoys good food. Owner Jenny Yuen is hinting that the birthday feast will be towards the end of this month. While catering to the takeaway needs of the town, banquets are available in the restaurant with prior booking. Banquets are available for groups at lunchtime and are just the ticket for a midday feast. Phone Jenny on 8953 0888 or fax in a booking to 8952 3488. New name, menu CAMELS Hump Bistro, Alice Springs newest BYO restaurant offers an extensive modern menu and a great opportunity to try something a little different. Michelle Munn with co-owner and manager Brian Lockyear outside Camels Hump Bistro. Brian Lockyear has taken on the role as managing director of the new restaurant in the Cinema Complex at the top end of the Mall. Working closely with renowned local chef Ken Beith, theyve created exciting new menus for both lunch and dinner with a wide range of interesting dishes to tempt taste buds. The lunch menu continues with some old favourites including pasta and schnitzels. The new dinner menu introduces a special selection of taste-trialled Territory fare.
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