Here are some dining options in Australia:
- Restaurants BYO. BYO is understood as “to bring” (Bring Your Own), with a mean alcohol. In many urban areas of Australia you will find inexpensive restaurants that do not have a license to sell alcohol, but allow visitors to bring a bottle of wine purchased elsewhere. This goes a lot cheaper than ordering wine in a restaurant. In some restaurants you can get beer, others allow only wine. Expect for otkuporivanie bottles will have to pay the amount, ranging from 2-3 to 15 dollars. Bring alcohol into the restaurant, licensed to conduct liquor is prohibited.
- The Asian eateries offers mainly Asian cuisine.
- Lunch at the pub. Today, some pubs offer and lunch as lunch and dinner in the middle of the day. Distributed the following dishes: meat steaks, chicken in Parma, nachos, etc..
- BBQ – a popular pastime among the Australians and many parks officially open to it. Contrary to the belief of foreigners in the stereotype, the Australians rarely “throw a shrimp on the barbecue” (incidentally, the Australian English word “prawn” is often referred to as “shrimp”, rather than as a “prawn”). Instead, at most barbecue cooked steaks, chops, chicken and barbecue.
In different regions of Australia learn about local restaurants and what and how they are served.