Spirit House Restaurant in Yandina Menu

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Name Cuisines
Yandina Chinese Restaurant Asian, Chinese
Spirit House Restaurant Chinese, Indian, Mexican, European, Thai, Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean, Spanish, Vietnamese, Malaysian, French, Korean, Asian, African, German, Indonesian, International, Middle Eastern, Moroccan, Sri Lankan, Cambodian

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Nearby sample menus

Thai Tong Restaurant (sample menu)
- Lamb $17.50
- Lamb $17.50
Garlic and Pepper -
Fish Cakes (4) Thai style fish cakes serve with cucumber and sweet and sour sauce $7.50
Tom Yum Spicy soup with lemon grass, lime juice, mushrooms and herbs -
Combo Puffs (6) A mixture of seafood and chicken $8.50
- Prawns $17.50
Noodle Soup -
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Popular Menu Items
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Popular Menu Item Minestrone Soup Minestrone Soup The classic and renowned Italian soup, comprising small pasta shapes, a rich chicken stock and finely diced vegetables such as celery, onions, tomatoes, carrots beans and herbs. Created in Ancient Roman times this soup is now served in many different ways, some finely and others much more chunky and hearty. A sprinkling of parmesan and a good basket of bread makes this really filling. Italian
Popular Menu Item Rillette Rillette Rillettes are the perfect party food, great for a mid week lunch and fabulous as something to share as part of a meal. Rillettes are made by simmering meats (usually pork, duck or rabbit) for a long time until they are mouth meltingly tender and then mixed into a rich paste. Served with crusty French bread rillettes can also be made from fish such as salmon, trout or smoked fish. We also found a vegetable rillettes made from eggplant and olive - not traditional but an alternative. French
Popular Menu Item Lamb Lamb ‘Chuletillas de Cordero – beautiful little tender lamb chops are cooked with a garlic and salt crust. Can be served as a tapas hot or cold, but usually served with a side dish of crispy potato cubes, marinated in herbs and garlic and fried. Very tasty. Spanish
Popular Menu Item 5-Spice Chicken Noodle Salad 5-Spice Chicken Noodle Salad If you like salad and you love chicken then you have to try this dish. The chicken is coated in a mixture of spices including Chinese 5-Spices, grilled and sliced and placed on top of the salad. A cross between a noodle bowl and a salad, there are a multitude of flavours and textures using soy, ginger, lime and coriander to season the salad of matchstick carrots, noodles, peanuts and usually, whatever the chef decides to put in there! Really delicious. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Chilli con Carne Chilli con Carne The staple dish served in Mexican restaurants. They normally ask you how hot you want it! The usual minced beef with tomatoes, chillies and kidney beans and served with rice and a side salad. Plenty of bread is also served in a basket to mop up the final bits of sauce. Mexican
Popular Menu Item Burritos Burritos Another version of chilli but wrapped in a soft tortilla roll and served with sour cream, more diced chillis and onions. The tortilla is normally soft grilled or steamed to make it softer so that you can wrap the filling inside and eat with your hands if you want! Salad on the side will certainly cool your mouth down! Mexican
Popular Menu Item Satays Satays Satays and peanut sauces are served in every Malaysian restaurant with pork, beef or chicken. The meat is marinated and grilled and served with a spicy peanut dip or sometimes the peanut sauce is poured over the satays before serving. Normally served on bamboo skewers, but very traditional restaurants serve the pork satays on the actual grilled rib of the pork. Shredded chillis are often scattered over the satays so beware! Malaysian
Popular Menu Item Laksa Laksa It comes however you want it, chicken, beef, fish or even prawn. It's hard to say which is popular as they are all fantastic and a must try. It is served as two different versions, one a sweet coconut curry base, and the other a hot and sour base, more frequently used with fish. If you've never had it, Laksa is a noodle soup, with the varieties of ingredients according to how you want your dish served. Again, this dish is a combination of Malaysian and Chinese influences. Bean curd, sambal paste and sometimes chopped coriander may also be used to flavour the dish. Malaysian
Popular Menu Item Teriyaki Teriyaki Everyone loves Teriyaki, it is a style of cooking literally meaning glaze and grill. The shiny sauce is used to coat meats, fish and vegetables and can be found on every Japanese menu around the country. Some restaurants make their own sauce from passed down family recipes making the experience unique and special. Teriyaki chicken is a common filling for sushi, while a simple piece of Teriyaki Salmon can make a memorable meal. Japanese
Popular Menu Item Sushi Sushi Sushi is the ‘vinegared rice’ used to stuff the rolls and a variety of other ingrediants such as raw fish with nori seaweed, avocado and cucumber or chicken teriyaki. They are served with spicy wasabi and soy sauce to give them a kick! Japanese
Popular Menu Item Chicken Tikka Masala Chicken Tikka Masala Chicken Tikka Masala is know all around the world as one of the most popular Indian dishes. Served off the bone, the chicken is cooked in a tandoor oven and then braised in a creamy, coconut sauce with a hint of tomatoes and masala spices. Mild to medium heat and served with pilau rice and peshwari naan bread, you rarely see anything left on the plate! Add Mango chutney for a little more sweetness, or lime pickle which will blow your socks off! Indian
Popular Menu Item Lamb Madras Lamb Madras A hotter, sharper dish, but very popular. Strong tomato based sauce with lamb that has been marinated and braised over a period of time. Spices used include chilli, garlic, cumin, coriander and ginger, creating a much stronger flavour and without the sweetness of coconut used in many Indian dishes. Accompany with deep fried onion bhajis, naan bread and cucumber and mint raita to cool you down! Indian
Popular Menu Item Pad Thai Pad Thai If your not sure what to order at a Thai restaurant you can't go wrong with Pad Thai! Definitely one of the most popular Thai dishes that consists of noodles, dried shrimp, chicken, red chillies, tamarind and thai basil. Some restaurants are now introducing a ‘chilli beef’ pad Thai which gives a whole different texture and flavour to the dish. Thai
Popular Menu Item Thai Spring Rolls Thai Spring Rolls Not unlike the Chinese version, these are served in most thai restaurants you come across. Deep fried in pancake rolls, some are vegetarian and others include chicken, duck or prawns with herbs and spices. Usually served with a sweet chilli dip or a sweet plumb sauce, they are delicious as you crunch into the pastry wrapper and reveal the delicious contents! Thai
Popular Menu Item Crispy Duck with Pancakes Crispy Duck with Pancakes Served in virtually every Chinese restaurant around the country, Crispy Duck is a sociable way of eating with a group of friends or family. The duck is air-dried and then roasted in the oven with a honey and soy glaze and Chinese 5-Spice. This renders the skin crisp while the flesh stays tender. It is then shredded and served with a plum sauce, pancakes and finely sliced matchstick pieces of cucumber and spring onion. Take one of the pancakes from the bamboo steamer, a spoonful of sauce and top with the shredded vegetables and duck. Roll up and crunch it to it, simply delicious! Chinese
Popular Menu Item Tom Yum Tom Yum The most famous of Thai soups, Tom Yum is spicy and sour and utterly delicious. Served usually with prawns and chicken, the flavours are created by crushing all the herbs into a paste and stir frying in oil. To make the soup, stock is added and topped off with fresh herbs. Tom Yum Soup is often served with a bowl of steamed rice. Thai
Popular Menu Item Thai Green Curry Thai Green Curry Thai food is famous for its curries and the Green curry is probably the most famous of the lot. Made from fresh chillies, lemongrass, shrimp paste, galangal, garlic, lime leaves and coriander, Thai green curry paste has a fabulous distinctive flavour and is mixed with coconut cream to make the curry creamy. Quite often served with green beans and pea aubergines and mountains of jasmine rice, it is a heart warming dish that is loved by Thai food fans around the world. Thai
Popular Menu Item Onion Bhaji Onion Bhaji One of the most popular starter or side dishes in Indian restaurants. Shredded onion is mixed with herbs, spices and flour then deep fried in either flat rosti style cakes, or round balls. Usually served with shredded lettuce, onion, cucumber and tomato and a tray of dips, including cucumber raita, mango and red hot lime pickle. Indian
Popular Menu Item Butter Chicken Butter Chicken Butter Chicken is a much loved dish in Australia. Usually served mild in restaurants, you can of course ask for added heat. It is creamy, smells divine and is full of flavour. If you have someone in your group who is not a fan of hot curries this is certainly the dish for them to try. Cashew Paste is often used to thicken the sauce which adds the richness to the dish. Indian
Popular Menu Item Lemongrass Chicken Lemongrass Chicken It's so simple yet so delicious! Lemongrass Chicken is a fabulous dish used in soups, served with rice or packed into Banh Mi. In the markets you mayfind it on sticks to be dunked into a fresh sauce, a satay or a Nuoc Cham. The zingy lemongrass makes a lovely fresh sauce for the chicken. This is a great dish for children who might not like the spicy foods of Asian cuisines. Some Vietnamese restaurants will serve the chicken schnitzel style with the sauce on top, others fried the chicken in slices. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Napoletana pasta sauce Napoletana pasta sauce An amazing vegetarian italian option. Crushed tomato, onion, garlic, basil and parmesan. Sounds simple but bursting with lots of flavour. Italian
Popular Menu Item Spaghetti and Meatballs Spaghetti and Meatballs Traditional Italian dish, with meatballs made of minced pork and beef, herbs and minced onion and garlic, and served in a rich thick tomato based ragu sauce. Can be served sometimes with shredded fresh basil or oregano and shavings of parmesan. As with carbonara, it tends to be served with garlic bread and side salad. Italian
Popular Menu Item Osso Buco Osso Buco A dish invented in Ancient Roman Times and perfected over the years to a more sophisticated Italian meal, consisting of cross-cut veal shanks, braised in red wine, onions, celery and carrots and served with a gremolata on the top (optional). Italian
Popular Menu Item Bruschetta Bruschetta Delicious slices of bread, rubbed with garlic and tomato and seasoned before grilling. Various toppings are served, the most popular being diced tomatoes and red onion with finely chopped garlic and basil. Can also be served with a pesto topping, and sometimes with roasted aubergine and mushrooms. Usually a starter, but can be purchased as a main course. Italian
Popular Menu Item Lamb cutlets with garlic and rosemary Lamb cutlets with garlic and rosemary Usually on every Italian menu, small trimmed lamb chops or cutlets are served steeped in fresh rosemary and garlic and pan fried or grilled. Served with sauté potatoes and vegetables, it is a hearty plate of food and delicious flavours. Tender pink lamb is enhanced by the earthy rosemary and garlic. Italian
Popular Menu Item Boeuf Bourguignon Boeuf Bourguignon Another classic French dish very hearty and wholesome. A rich red wine sauce with tender braised beef, carrots, onions and cubes of bacon or pancetta really fills you up. The addition of herbs and garlic brings out the flavour of the meat to perfection. Crusty French bread is served with the meal to mop up the juices! French
Popular Menu Item Bouillabaisse Bouillabaisse A rich and deep fish stew made from virtually any fish that you can find, originally made by the Breton and Normandy fisherman at the end of a days’ catch. The fish, heads and tails, are thrown into a huge steaming pot with saffron, garlic, tomatoes, herbs, peppers, celery, you name it. Any amount of fish and shellfish are used, but traditionally the rule is no less than five fish! Served as a steaming bowl with a rouille (a garlic style mayonnaise) and crusty French bread or baguettes. French
Popular Menu Item French Onion Soup French Onion Soup Soft and delicious caramelized onions are steeped in a beautiful broth, laced with cognac and white wine, a truly warming soup that is good at any time of the year. A crouton of bread with cheese melted on the top (usually gruyere) is placed in the middle of the bowl and eaten with the soup, dunked in so that the cheese oozes all the way through the soup! French
Popular Menu Item Pate de Campagne Pate de Campagne Another rustic French dish, originated by farmers wives, particularly in the North of France made by using up any meat that was available, along with herbs, garlic and sometimes brandy or cognac. Usually rough cut and cooked in a terrine in the oven, served as a starter with bread and cornichons (gherkins) French
Popular Menu Item Tapas Tapas Tapas has had a rapid rise in popularity over the last 5 years due to the sociability of eating in groups in a casual way. Lots of small dishes are provided as ‘taster’ type delights, consisting of food such as ham and cheese croquettes (croquetas), garlic prawns (gambas ajillo), patatas bravas (spiced potato, garlic and tomato baked dish), tortilla (Spanish omelette) and many others. Usually eaten with a good bottle of Spanish wine. Spanish
Popular Menu Item Spanish Omelette Spanish Omelette There are many varieties of the spanish omelette but the true variation only consists of eggs with potato and onions with a hint of garlic. Nowadays restaurants also serve them with capsicum and they are frequently part of a tapas platter. Usually sliced into wedges and served with bread, the Spanish often make this dish into a sandwich! Spanish
Popular Menu Item Chorizo Chorizo A spicy hard sausage that is used in many dishes, or served on its own as part of a tapas. When fried, the deep red colour seeps into the pan (the colour comes from the smoked paprika from which the sausage is made). Can be served sliced in baguettes or included in other dishes, including potato dishes, it adds a different texture and warmth to whichever meal you have. Spanish
Popular Menu Item Paella Paella Paella is served in huge circular pans, set in the middle of the table for sharing. Originating in Valencia in the l9th Century, when it was essentially a rice dish with vegetables and seafood or meat, most paellas are now mixed and include chicken, squid, vegetables, rice, saffron and white wine, with heaps of garlic! The rice is often left to ‘crisp’ up on the base of the pan and needs scraping to remove – very delicious. Spanish
Popular Menu Item Gazpacho Gazpacho A summery cold soup, very traditional but also made in several different ways in restaurants. The base of the soup is tomato and pepper which as been blitzed from raw, and with the addition of cucumber, onions, tarragon and garlic. A dish of diced cucumber, capsicum and avocado in salsa-style is served to the side to sprinkle over your soup, along with garlic croutons. A very delicious appetiser Spanish
Popular Menu Item Taco Taco There are food trucks doing great tacos around the country. The Fish tacos are delicious with lime sauce and pickles. Our recommendation is to seek out the food trucks, grab some tacos and chill out in the sunshine. Mexican
Popular Menu Item Pho Pho This forms part of the staple Vietnamese diet and is served in most vietnamese restaurants in Australia. Comprising a salty broth with fresh rice noodles, chicken or beef, thai basil and vegetables, it is usually served in huge steaming bowls and accompanied by a hot and spicy sauce. Mixed Pho has become more popular recently, with the main part of the dish comprising both meat and seafood. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Cha-Ca Cha-Ca Originating from Hanoi in Vietnam, this dish comprises of small morsels of coated deep fried fish, which are served sizzling and coated with garlic, ginger, turmeric and other spices. It is usually brought to the table in a large hot pan for all to share, with side dishes of green beans and spring onions and a selection of dips. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Banh Xeo Banh Xeo Crispy crepes or pancakes filled with succulent and tender pork, shrimp, beansprouts and herbs are served piping hot and you are encouraged to eat them like a local by cutting them into manageable pieces and rolling them up in lettuce leaves or rice paper – dip them into the selection of dips provided by the chef such as sweet chilli or a honey and soy, but the chef will usually spring a surprise on you with his secret combination! Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Muc Chien Gion Muc Chien Gion If you like squid, this is the dish to try. Tiny baby squid are deep fried in a special coating (the recipe is never disclosed) and served with a clean tasting spice salt, pepper and lime dip. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Nachos Nachos Everyone loves nacho chips, particularly when they are smothered in salsa, jalapenos and grated cheese and when the cheese melts under the grill – delicious! Can be served with a side order of guacamole and sour cream, its almost a meal in itself, but usually a sharing bowl on the table as a starter or with drinks. Mexican
Popular Menu Item Quesadillas Quesadillas These are similar to burritos but the filling is wrapped inside the tortilla, cheese is grated over (and sometimes a white sauce) and then baked in the oven.The fillings differ – minced chilli beef is the most popular but they can be filled with spinach, peppers and jalapenos, with grated cheese. Usually served in an oval dish, bubbling from the oven, with a side salad. Mexican version of garlic bread with jalapenos is a must if you like lots of spice! Mexican
Popular Menu Item Nasi lemak Nasi lemak Nasi is the word for rice, and lemak is Malay for \\\"rich\\\", referring to the star of the dish - rice soaked in rich coconut flavours. A small piece of fried fish or chicken, a few slices of cucumber, and a deliciously spicy chilli sauce. Malaysian, Singapore
Popular Menu Item Rendang Rendang Most popularly served with beef, that has been slow cooked with lemongrass. This Malaysian dish is popular throughout Australia as it has a curry taste similar to those served in Thailand. Chicken Rendang is popular, but look for Rendang Daging, which is the beef version. Served with a poppadum style crisp and sliced fruit such as mango. Malaysian
Popular Menu Item Bratwurst Bratwurst A lightly spicy but soft textured sausage is accompanied by fermented cabbage, a traditional German dish. Bratwurst can be made of pork, veal or beef, and is usually cooked by frying or poaching in beer. German
Popular Menu Item Wiener Schnitzel Wiener Schnitzel Ah! The Wiener Schnitzel. A large flattened piece of veal delightfully coated in egg and seasoned breadcrumbs. Add in a portion of your favourite potatos (either chips or roasted) and you have one filling meal. They'll always add in some sort of salad or vegetables to round it out. Lemon wedges are also provided to squeeze over the veal. German
Popular Menu Item Pork Knuckle Pork Knuckle This classic German dish (Schweinshaxe - The Austrian version of this dish, called Stelze) with pork knuckle and potato dumplings is a great option if you've got an apetite. Enjoy it as you would at a Bavarian beer garden: with a cold glass of your favourite ale. German
Popular Menu Item Apple Strudel Apple Strudel A strudel is a type of sweet or savoury layered pastry with a filling inside. The traditional Apple Strudel is filled of cooked apples, sugar, cinnamon, raisins, and bread crumbs. It can be served warm or cold drizzled if liked with a Vanillla Sauce or a big scoop of ice cream. German
Popular Menu Item Sauerkraut Sauerkraut Translated direct to \"sour cabbage\", but don't let that put you off as it is popular for a reason. Finely cut cabbage that has been fermented. Your meal may already come with Sauerkraut, but if it doesn't you can always order a side dish. German
Popular Menu Item Nasi Goreng Nasi Goreng Considered Indonesia’s national dish. Rice stir-fried with eggs, meatballs, chicken/beef/shrimp, assorted vegetables. The rice is made brown with thick and sweet soy sauce called kecap. Indonesian
Popular Menu Item Sambal Sambal The chili-based sauce known as sambal is a common at all Indonesian tables. Chilies, sharp fermented shrimp paste, tangy lime juice, sugar and salt all pounded together. If you like it hot, make sure you give this a try. Indonesian
Popular Menu Item Gado Gado Gado Gado One of the most well known traditional Indonesian dishes, gado gado is a beautiful salad which is served with a peanut sauce. It is a very unusual dish comprising vegetables such as sliced cucumber, spinach, bitter melon, green beans, sliced potatoes and usually accompanied by hard boiled eggs. The peanut sauce should not be confused with satay sauce, even though they both contain peanuts. The gado sauce is more pungent and will frequently have sliced red chillis in it. Lotek, another version of gado, is made using raw vegetables, whereas gado uses cooked vegetables. Indonesian
Popular Menu Item Kingfisher Kingfisher This is probably the most popular beer served in Indian restaurants, the brewery being owned by one of the richest men in the world! 5% alcohol content, but the taste is quite light and quite refreshing with a hot curry. Indian
Popular Menu Item Mango Lassi Mango Lassi Served in most Asian restaurants, it is probably a ‘signature smoothie’ type of drink. Fresh mangoes with yoghurt and light spices poured over ice – absolutely delicious and refreshing to the palate and takes away any heat from spicy food still burning your tongue! Asian
Popular Menu Item Beer Beer Singha and Kloster are the most consumed Thai beers. Singha was originally brewed over 80 years ago in Thailand by members of the Thai nobility. Fairly strong and ‘hoppy’ tasting, it is made from barley and has 6% alcohol content. Kloster is a much smoother beer and a little more expensive. Thai
Popular Menu Item Whisky Whisky Some restaurants in Australia serve a selection of Thai whiskies. The whisky is made from rice and is sharp and sweet, but very high in alcohol content at 35%. Mekong and Kwangthong are popular brands. It is not a cheap drink to buy, even though its cheaper in Thailand than beer! Thai
Popular Menu Item Beer Beer Tsingtao is the most popular Chinese beer in China. Best served with spicy food, it is crisp and refreshing when ice cold. It has a nutty, sweet taste and is a perfect accompaniment to Chinese dishes. It is a lager style beer and a modest 4.8% alcohol. Chinese
Popular Menu Item Jasmine Tea Jasmine Tea Jasmine Tea is a famous Chinese tea brew, deeply aromatic and usually served at the end of a meal with great ceremony. Always served with a teapot and cup, often on a bamboo mat. The unique flavour and aroma is caused by the jasmine blossom fragrance being absorbed into the tea during growth. Subtlely sweet, is is renowned throughout the world. Chinese
Popular Menu Item Lemongrass Soda Lemongrass Soda Very refreshing drink made with lemon grass syrup and mixed with soda or sparkling water, garnished with lemon slices and served over ice. Sometimes garnished with Thai basil to give a more herby taste. Thai
Popular Menu Item Thai Papaya Smash Thai Papaya Smash A wonderful cocktail mainly served in the medium to larger restaurants. Made with fresh papaya, orange and a shot of tequila and dash of freshly squeezed lime it has both a bitter and sweet taste. The addition of agave nectar brings more sweetness, but sometimes you have to ask for it. Thai
Popular Menu Item Soave Soave Another popular wine, this white wine is produced in the Veneto region of Italy, around the city of Verona, home to many Shakespeare plays! It is comparatively dry and was once the ‘in’ drink in the 1970’s but was overtaken by Pinot Grigiot towards the 1980’s Italian
Popular Menu Item Peroni Peroni The most popular of beers served in Italian restaurants, it is not the cheapest one around but still sells more than any other. 5% alcohol, a slightly ‘hoppy’ taste but very refreshing when served in iced cold frosted glasses. Italian
Popular Menu Item Beer Beer There are some great ‘Mexican’ beers, which can also originate from Spain! Bottled beers are served such as Sol and Mexicana, usually served with a wedge of lime in the neck of the bottle. Mexican
Popular Menu Item Chablis Chablis A classic French white wine from the northern part of the burgundy region, made primarily from the chardonnay grape. A very clean white wine but with a deeper flavour than Sauvignons, almost ‘flinty’ and with very little oaking apparent. Moderately priced, it vies for attention with Pouilly Fume and Pouilly Fuisse which are also very popular but tend to be slightly more expensive French
Popular Menu Item Naranja Naranja The Spanish are very proud of their oranges, so much so that they make a big thing out of serving fresh juice ‘presse’ style, which means the oranges are freshly pressed only when the drink is ordered. The oranges tend to be very sweet and are often used in cocktail style beverages, particularly with a touch of Grenadine and a green liquer such as crème de menthe or Chartreuse. Whichever way, the drink is a kick of sunshine. Spanish
Popular Menu Item Rioja Wine Rioja Wine The most prolific Spanish wine served, Rioja is popular with red wine drinkers, whether amateurs or connoisseurs. Deep and fruity from the Rioja region of Spain, it comes in many varieties, but a good example should be smooth and velvety. Varies in price, but a good one can be purchased at a relatively cheap price. Spanish
Popular Menu Item Coffee Coffee Vietnamese coffee has a distinct taste to it and it quite often strong but sweet. Served as a filter with cup underneath, there are many versions to the taste. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Sake Sake Sake is a Japanese fermented rice drink, usually served warm and frequently called ‘rice wine’. It is served in small china bottles or in small ‘cup’ style vessels in very small quantities! An acquired taste and quite pungent! Sushi, Japanese
Popular Menu Item Green Tea Green Tea Green tea is very popular in Chinese restaurants and sushi bars. This could be due to its apparent ‘healing properties’ and distinct flavour. Green Tea aids digestion of raw food and has a slightly earthy but not unpleasant taste. Served in a cup that is often prettily decorated. Chinese, Sushi
Popular Menu Item Chianti Chianti In rustic Italian restaurants, you can still see empty bottles of Chianti grouped together and hanging around the bar or ceiling! Old Chianti bottles used to be covered in a basket weave, and often used to house a candle on your table, so that the wax dripped down the outside of the bottle! The wine itself is red and relatively light in comparison to heavier Italian wines such as Barolo. Chianti is produced primarily in the beautiful region of Tuscany, and is eminently drinkable! Italian
Popular Menu Item Kir Royale Kir Royale Champagne based cocktail, with a touch of blackcurrant cordial. A kir is simply made with white wine and cordial, but the royale is always made with champagne. Usually served in a fluted champagne glass using house champagne. A great deal of champagnes come from the town of Rheims, where many large and well-known ‘houses’ are situated. French
Popular Menu Item Sangria Sangria This is a lovely refreshing ‘punch’ style drink, served in big pitchers or jugs and set on the table for everyone to share. Alcohol content varies, as some restaurants make it the traditional way with red wine, chopped fruit and brandy, while others make it a cooler, longer drink with red wine and soda or lemonade, but still with copious amount of fruit. Called Sangria due to its deep red colour (sangria means ‘blood’ in Spanish) it is served in restaurants and pubs in Australia in the summer months, with lots of ice. Fruit often includes apples, oranges, melon, pears and nectarines, more or less any fruit available. Spanish
Popular Menu Item Coconut Cocktail Coconut Cocktail A lavish presentation, normally served in half a coconut shell with decoration of umbrellas and fruit. Various spirits are served but all with a coconut milk base and some with grated coconut flesh as well. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Lotus Tea Lotus Tea Green tea is marinated with fresh lotus leaves so that the aroma infuses into the whole drink. Vietnamese people believe that this has very health beneficial properties. Very refreshing. Vietnamese
Popular Menu Item Berliner Weisse Berliner Weisse Originating in Northern Germany and very popular in Berlin, Berliner Weisse is an unusual wheat beer that is both cloudy and sour in taste. It is often mixed with a paler beer or a lager to sweeten the beer up, but is also mixed with a fruit syrup, such as raspberry or a sweet green syrup, which not only sweetens the beer, but also turns it into extreme bright colours. German
Popular Menu Item Tequila Tequila Tequila has become popular drunk as a shot, and followed down by an ice cold Mexican beer! Very strong spirit, served with wedges of lime and salt to eat off the back of your hand! Definitely a drink originating from Mexico and drunk in pubs and bars as well as restaurants. Can also be drank as a long drink such as a Tequila Slammer, which is made using a fizzy drink such as lemonade or ginger ale. Slammer Royale is a serious drink for the ‘professional’ – Tequila is mixed with champagne! Mexican

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Restaurant Details

Location
Yandina
Type
Restaurant
Service
Table Service
Price
$50+
Phone
0754468994
Fax
Email
office@spirithouse.com.au
Address
20 Ninderry Rd, Yandina, QLD, 4561, Australia
Features
Dine in, Takeaway, Cash, Visa, Bankcard, American Express
Cuisine
Chinese, Indian, Mexican, European, Thai, Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean, Spanish, Vietnamese, Malaysian, French, Korean, Asian, African, German, Indonesian, International, Middle Eastern, Moroccan, Sri Lankan, Cambodian
Website
http://www.spirithouse.com.au

Spirit House Restaurant

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