163-175, Lennox Street, Maryborough QLD 4650, Australia

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Cafe, Bar, Restaurant, Food

(07) 4122 2321


Open Hours

Monday 10:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 2:00 AM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 2:00 AM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 10:30 PM

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Maryborough RSL Club

About the business

Kids Room | Dining Maryborough | Function Venues

Step into Maryborough RSL, an ideal gaming club also featuring kids room, dining facility, bar and function venues. Call us today on (07) 4122 2321.

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Anne Lederhose said 3 years ago
Comfortable - especially if you are having a private function. Good quality food. A varied selection to suit everyone. Not sure if they do vegetarian but they do have meatless salads. Friendly staff. Reasonable prices for club bistro food.
Charlie D said 3 years ago
Awesome food, dessert was amazing, just an overall nice place to be. Just keep in mind, at 7:30pm they do the ANZAC ode, which is understandable since it is an RSL, but I was right in the middle of dessert... I am not complaining, but if you want to eat your food in peace make sure you aren't eating at that time.
Jamie-lee Peters said 2 years ago
Beautiful food and service Pricing is very competitive Especially being a member, very affordable and very delicious Definitely a place I recommend to family and friends We enjoy every visit
Sandie Downey said 2 years ago
The band 'Red Betty' was the best thing of the night. They were amazing. The food in Bain Maries was dry and mgravies had skin on them the veges looked like they were cooked last week frozen and then defrosted to reheat Sat night. Meals no value for money. Chicken parmi or hawiian chicken you pay for snitzel then another $4 is added for one of the above toppers. Dry and bland. Salmon fetucci was gross, cold and bland. Disappointed to say the least. If it had been for the great band I would have left early. Wont be back for a meal thats for sure.
Kylie.a. West said 2 years ago
Thai restaurant on Adelaide street,maryborough has the best food,i love going out to dinner to REGULARLY WITH GOOD COMPANY I ACTUALLY TRULY TRUST &RESPECT WHOLE HEÀRTEDLY WITHOUT FEAR NOR DOUBT.

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