Andrew Ludlow from The Post Office Hotel says a $1 million upgrade at the North Rockhampton venue is set to provide more spice to the city’s dining scene.
Andrew Ludlow from The Post Office Hotel says a $1 million upgrade at the North Rockhampton venue is set to provide more spice to the city’s dining scene.

Post Office Hotel has new menu

THE mail is, North Rockhampton's Post Office Hotel will soon feature one of the city's hottest new restaurants after a $1 million upgrade.

According to Andrew Ludlow, a director of the hotel, it will add more spice to the city's dining mix when a new 120-seat Chinese restaurant opens.

Mr Ludlow said the $1 million investment would also see major renovation work at the bottle shop.

“Something that has been missing for some time is a good-value Chinese restaurant,” said Mr Ludlow, who took control at the hotel in June.

“This one will see the highest quality Chinese chefs brought in.”

He said the restaurant was expected to open on Monday, October 28, and the revamped bottle shop early next month.

Delivering good food would be a aim of the new-look venue.

Last week the hotel was one of six in the Rockhampton region identified by the Queensland Government where an incident involving a glass was used to hurt someone in the past year.

Mr Ludlow said the hotel had upgraded its CCTV system in recent times.

“We support any action that will decrease violence in our community as a whole,” he said.

“Overall the behaviour of our patrons has been excellent.

“We've got a great bunch of people who come here.

“There's a real family atmosphere.”



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