Ipswich Jets Leagues Club

North Ipswich, Ipswich Area

Jets Leagues Club is a complete entertainment and gaming venue, housing Restaurant 18EightySeven which offers high quality dining in Ipswich. Aligned with the Ipswich Jets Rugby League Football Club, Jets occupies the gracious historic building formerly known as the Hotel Cecil (built in 1887).

Restaurant 18EightySeven serves up tempting a-la-carte meals and weekly specials. There are pasta, burgers, salads, and meat lovers are spoilt with choices such as the one kilogram Tomahawk rib on the bone or the 400 gram Rump served with chips and fresh garden salad. There's also the award-winning JBS Beef City Black Rib Eye Fillet, or if you prefer fish, how about Gold Ban Snapper.

The Kids' menu offers youngsters' favourites like Chicken Tenders or Battered Fish and they can work off some extra energy in the Jets Cadets Play Centre - an unsupervised play room.

The Coffee Shop, open until the club closes, offers lighter meals as well as delectable sweet treats, and there are two bars - the sports bar, with TAB, KENO and sports television, and the bank bar in the Gaming Lounge. Jets is also a popular place for private functions.

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Bistro/Cafe/Deli
Modern Australian

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