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Joe StebbinsReply with quote

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 2:33 pm    Post subject: Tukka | Photos | Reviews | Discounts
Tukka Restaurant and Bar

For a taste of Australia with a Caribbean twist, look no further than Tukka Restaurant and Bar. The ultimate island dining experience with delicious food, spectacular views and warm Australian hospitality.

Owner and Head Chef - Ron Hargrave, who hails from Down Under has created a mouth watering menu, combining the freshest local seafood with an authentic Australian flair; producing a very unique and eclectic dining experience sure to excite and delight the entire family.

Situated directly on the ocean in East End — overlooking the Wreck of the Ten Sails, their indoor, patio and sand seating options all provide exceptional views from every perspective. They even offer sand seating!

Tukka is an attraction unto itself with exotic bird feeding, walkabouts, brunch and tarpon feeding—see Nightly Events for days, times and details. Use our Go East tour to incorporate Tukka into your itinerary in the most geologically practical way, based on your individual preferences.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience extraordinary sites, tastes and fun exceeding even the most discriminating tastes and expectations. If coming from 7 Mile Beach for dinner, leave between 5-6pm for a scenic seaside drive.

Book at our website for special savings and CAG Credits with every reservation

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:02 am    Post subject:
Hey Joe,

This is cruel! It is just above freezing and there si blowing snow/sleet outside, and you have posted pictures of Tukka. You're killin' me, man!

We always liked taking the drive to East End for a dinner at Postofino's. Now, Tukka will be calling us and it looks like it will be well worth the drive. We already booked our 2014 trip to GCM and need only to find the fast-forward button to get there.

Here's their website with the menu.. Tukka Website w/ Menu I can already taste the coconut prawns.

Karma. It's everywhere you're going to be.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 1:38 pm    Post subject:
We have eaten many times at Tukka and enjoyed every single one of them. We have had their lobster dinners and they were delicious. our whole family went for Sunday brunch and found lots of good choices at the buffet....appetizers, salads, hot dishes, which included chicken, fish and more, barbecued items, which included lamb, shrimp and chicken satay, soups, and desserts which included bread pudding, cakes and more.

they used to have an all you can eat lobster option, but after my son ate there, I think they took it off the menu...He had lobster for dessert.

They also feed the frigate birds, and that is a site to see as they come swooping in to grab the pieces of fish.

I believe they have a shuttle for people staying at the resorts at at End

glad to see them on your site

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