Oscar's Hotel and Cafe Bar provides unique boutique accommodation in the heart of Ballarat.
We offer 13 newly refurbished stylish guest rooms all featuring private ensuite bathrooms and state of the art amenities. Two of our rooms have massage showers and our spa rooms have LCD televisions above the baths, promoting the ultimate in relaxation and comfort. Broadband internet access is available in all rooms as well as various wireless hotspots throughout.
You can enjoy food and drink in our lounge area, courtyard, bar or by the open fire, meals and snacks can be purchased all day.
We are certain that your expectations will be surpassed with great food and excellent service and accommodation.
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Poor breakfast experience this morning:
People arriving after us had their orders taken before us before the waitress finally took our order by writing on a napkin;
Approx 25 minute wait for coffee with apology and assurance that the coffee had been remade given the time it had been sitting waiting to be taken to us (the coffee was good);
At the point of coffee delivery reminded waitress that we hadnt received our drinks yet;
When the food came it didn't line up with the order as there was no bacon (the bacon was subsequently provided separately) but the food was nice; and
Started eating, still no drinks so after another few minutes went up to the counter and asked for our drinks. Had to repeat the order as there seemed to be no record of what drinks we had ordered some 35 minutes earlier.
Had my first meal at Oscar's last night, I must say I will not be coming back and I will be telling all of my friends not to go there. A 15 minute wait for a menu is utterly absurd. The duck spring rolls were nice, compliments there, but the "roasted" lamb special was just awful; it tasted like it had been charcoaled on a barbecue and the vegetables were so tasteless they weren't worth the trouble of digesting. One of my dining companions found a hair in her food, and when our other companion asked the staff for another glass of water he was told he could go up and help himself to the carafe on the bar; I'm sorry, but I do not expect to pay $108 for a meal so I can traipse through a restaurant and cart water back and forth, you pay for service: exactly what we didn't get. I went to the toilet only to find there was no toilet roll holder in the stall and that the toilet roll was on the floor behind the toilet - classy and hygienic! After all of this, when we paid our bill andread more