Rosie’s in located in a prime location in Mandurah on the corner of Mandurah Terrace.
We stopped off here on our way to Margaret River.
The restaurant wasn’t too busy and as we were in a hurry, it was a quick decision to grab a table with indoor and outdoor seating to choose from.
The kitchen is on a raised level in view of all customer which I liked, however, everyone looked a little flustered.
As we didn’t have very long for breakfast, it was a quick glance for the menu before ordering the Chicken Omelette ($18.90) and the Salmon Omelette ($21.90)accompanied by a Berry Smoothie and a Latte.
We waited quite some time for our breakfast and couldn’t help but hear the grilling the young boy waiting the tables was getting every 5 minutes.
I, like every second person out there, have worked in hospitality. Personally, I’ve worked in hospitality here and there over the last 7 years and the one thing I couldn’t handle was being embarrassed and disrespected in front of customers. I felt very sorry for this young boy and wished I could give him some of my stubbornness and attitude to not put up with that. I made a special effort to thank him before we left.
Eventually our food arrived. The omelettes were pretty big when they appeared…thankfully. The Chicken Omelette was packed with the filling.
I don’t think I would be in a hurry to go back and if I did, I hope the young waiter has moved to another workplace where he is respected and appreciated.
Somewhere I would recommend in Mandurah is The Stage Door a long the boardwalk.