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It’s all about the Food in Tambo

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It’s all about the food in Tambo.

Tambo cooks have the reputation as the best cooks around, very adaptable, able to make a feast from very limited ingredients. Our country cooks excel and produce some of the best food in our local cafes, hotels and eateries. Take a culinary journey through Tambo, we have your food needs covered day and night.

Enjoy a large country cooked breakie with all the works at Fanny Maes Cafe. Bacon, eggs, beans, sausages, hash browns, the works with toast and coffee, wholesome food that will start your day off well.

Breakfast in Tambo

There is nothing better than a scone for smoko. At Cindy’s Coffee and Gifts homemade scones are a must have and they are best served topped with some locally made raspberry jam.

Lunchtime looming? There are plenty of options in both towns. In Tambo, Fanny Maes has a range of burgers, wraps and toasted sandwiches, all can be ordered with a side of crunchy chips while at Cindy’s you can enjoy a range of light lunch options including sandwiches, quiche and salads.

Quiche and salad in Tambo

The Pie Hole at the Royal Carrangarra Hotel produces the most delicious pies. Open from 7.00 am to 2.00 pm, both sweet and savoury options are available. It’s pie time any time – right?

Pie Hole Tambo

Evening meals are available seven nights a week. The Royal Carrangarra has a standard menu  of different steak and parmigiana options but also has a nightly special ranging from Chinese, mexican tacos, burgers and pizzas.

Just up the road, the Tambo Tavern presents a full menu with very generous serving sizes. All cooked in the Hotel’s kitchen and delivered to your table. Patrons rave about the meals, and take away options are also available.

Of course, if you don’t want to eat out while you are on the road, you can stock up on groceries  at Tambo Foodworks and meat from the Tambo Butchery. If you want to try to cook like a Tambo local, cook books can be purchased at the Grassland Art Gallery.

One thing is most definitely for certain, you won’t go hungry in Tambo!