If there is one thing that Hard Rock Café has managed to do it is maintain its quality over the years. The service is always pretty good – gig night or not and the food and drink quite a top notch. They treat their meats with love and maybe that is why I love them all the more. Beers are available on tap and of course, you have all of the usual suspects in the bottled variety. Sometimes though, the beers on tap can be a little flat. The cocktails are potent and best reserved for weekend drinking. The sharing platters are great for large groups and quite substantial. The 'Meat Nachos' come with salsa, sour cream and some guacamole and is quite nice. The 'Original Hard Rock Onion Rings' are breaded and deep-fried and oh so good. The 'Wings in BBQ Sauce' are done well with the meat being nice and moist. The 'Red Hot Chilli Fries' is another favourite for me here. You can make a more substantial meal out of the 'Fish and Chips' which has generous portions. The 'Hickory Smoked Half BBQ Ribs' will need you to loosen the belt a few notches. And the 'Hickory Smoked BBQ Combo with Chicken and Pork' on a plate is all sorts of happiness together. Their range of infusions are good and you should try the 'Pomegranate Cider Sangria' and the 'Mango Ginger Mojito'. The infusions go into the food as well and the 'Teacher’s Whisky Bacon Jam Slider' is all sorts of sinfulness. For that weekend drinking, the 'Ultimate Long Island Ice Tea' is what you should try. The 'B-52' is my favourite to end on. For desserts, you could go with simple 'Ice Cream' or try the 'Apple Cobbler' or go all out on the 'Oreo Cheesecake'.