Best feed in 9562.9 km

We have driven 9562.9 kilometres since arriving in Sydney on the 1st of June. In that time we have yet to award a Whaleoil and Skippy Five Star Rating for any feed.

Tonight we placed dinner in the hands of the Navman and selected the Raging Bull Steakhouse in Parap, only 2.5 km's from where we are staying.

We were skeptical about letting navman decide for us, but upon arrival were pleasantly surprised. Raging Bull is a pure-blooded steakhouse. If you want to eat big slabs of juicy red meat, this is the place for you. If you're a vegetarian – stay far, far away.No beef, these guys are serious about bull.

The service was outstanding and the food was to die for. These guys are simply the best. My Prime Sctoch Fillet was cooked to perfection. It was so good I felt compelled to get up and tell the chef so. We complimented our meals with XXXX Gold and they just slipped down the gullet perfectly. Skippy had the Stockmans Grill and started raving at the first mouthful. They make their own jus to go with it and it is superb. The mash was outstanding.

This place is simply the best feed we have had in 9562 kilometres and 12 days. We are seriously thinking of staying another day so we can have lunch and dinner there tomorrow.

I know the staff will be reading this so thanks guys and gals, that was outstanding and i am definately awarding you a 5 star rating on the extremely tough and fussy Whaleoil and Skippy rating system. 

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