Worth the membership
The Central Coast Leagues Club is a safe bet for when you are looking for something to do, eat, or have a couple of drinks. This review will focus on the food of Archie's Brasserie, the general attitude and performance of the staff, as well as the cost of the menu.
I ordered the rump 250g main, cooked rare. The chef cooked the steak to my specification; also, it was tender, juicy, and delectable. The flavour was perfect.
The chips were adequate. That might sound substandard, but I can assure you it's arduous to find establishments on the Central Coast that can meet the standard with chips. The potato was fluffy on the inside and lightly crisp on the outside.
The salad was the worst part of the meal. It was second-rate at best. It appeared and tasted like a supermarket store packet salad. The quality of the salad won't affect my review since I am lenient due to it being tertiary to the chips and steak.
The front desk staff are always friendly and accommodating. The smiles of the workers and their nice uniforms help establish how the Central Coast Leagues Club prides itself on keeping a high standard. The staff was friendly, timely, and pleasant to talk with.
The rump 250g main is $26 for members and $31 for non-members. I advise becoming a member if you think you will go to the Central Coast Leagues Club more than once a year, as the savings on the food adds up quickly. It's $4.40 for a year. You'll get an instant return if you order a main at the brasserie since the member savings range between $4-$5.
In conclusion, I recommend regular visits to the Central Coast Leagues Club, Archie's Brasserie specifically. I also recommend becoming a member to get savings on your entrees, mains, and drinks. There's always something good to eat at the Central Coast Leagues Club, so you, your friends, and your family should visit sometime.