COMMUNITY RESTAURANT IN MIRANDA, NSW
Proudly serving the community of Miranda since 1996, Karimbla Restaurant provides low cost meals to the older generation, younger people with disabilities and their carers who reside in the Sutherland Shire. The restaurant aids their clients by promoting a healthier and higher functioning lifestyle. Run by staff and volunteers, Karimbla Restaurant hosts clients who visit on a regular basis, once a month or for special occasions.
Open Tuesday to Friday between 11:15am and 1:30pm, you will find Karimbla Restaurant at: Miranda Community Centre, 93 Karimbla Road, Miranda NSW 2228
Discover more about Karimbla Restaurant by visiting: www.karimblarestaurant.com.au
Miranda is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The suburb is known as a commercial centre for the southern suburbs. Miranda is 24 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district, in the Sutherland Shire.
Thomas Holt (1811–88) owned the land that stretched from Sutherland to Cronulla. James Murphy, the manager of the Holt estate named the area after Miranda, a character in the William Shakespeare play The Tempest. In a 1921 letter, James Murphy said “the name Miranda was given to the locality by me as manager of the Holt Sutherland Company which I formed in 1881. I thought it a soft, euphonious, musical and appropriate name for a beautiful place.” It is believed that the character in the play was named after Miranda de Ebro, a town in Spain.
What We Did
After receiving an email from Nextrend, Karimbla Restaurant noted the Napoleon Chairs were on sale. As a community group with limited funds, they jumped at the chance to upgrade the seating throughout the Restaurant with an extremely high quality product for a fraction of the standard retail price. Since installation the staff, guests and volunteers have been extremely happy with the product in both quality and aesthetics.