The club and people of Ouyen are the best people I've ever met. Hamish, Jarn and Sam are Ouyen residents I respect. However, the people operating the bistro aspect of this venue ought to be ashamed. My friend smithy waited 1 hour and 45 minutes for 2 spring rolls. My other friend waited 1 hour and a half for a fried rice which was below expectation in portion sizes. As I write this, I am still waiting on some honey prawns that may not ever come. The lanterns and ginger beer have made the experience bearable. I doubt I will ever come back to Ouyen again. When Ouyen declines in economic and tourism value, you can blame the bistro of the Ouyen club.
Sincerely, a disappointed, broken hill/darwin/adelaide university engineering student who has serious doubts about ever returning.
Cheers, ya boi, sports secretary. I have consulted with my other secretary and he has assumed this position on the bistro as well.