Established in 1995, one of Melbourne’s premier Cajun & Creole restaurants with an excellent offering of prime steaks, burgers, salads and childrens meals. Famous for its ‘Jambayala’ and ‘Suffering Succotash’. Designed as a motorcycle theme restaurant, with one of the best collections of American and International motorcycles and motomemorabilia!
Live music Friday & Sunday. Functions welcome.
- Family Friendly
- Group Bookings
- Outdoor Seating
- Wheel Chair Access
- Disabled Parking
- Mains under $20
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walking into Highway 31 you cant be sure if you have walked into a bikie bar or whether it is artificially trying to create that feel.
Maybe thats part of the allure? It does its bikie theme well! The fare includes the typical americana items we see in US themed eateries her in Aust, full of burgers & fries but we also get a few surprises, probably owing to Highway 31's creole & cajun leanings.
One thing that I was a bit unsure of though was that there are no beers on tap.
For a bar, this makes for pricier drinking.