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4.5 based on 59 reviews
visited last night due to reviews on trip advisor, not disappointed, great little lounge area set up for pre dinner drinks, friendly staff, happy to chat, lovely lady owner made us feel really welcome,and the food was divine, as was the tasmanian pinot noir, nothing was too much trouble, my partner said his steak was the best he had eaten in a long time, beautifully presented, do yourself a favour and eat there, we have just moved to the area, and will definitely be back.l
4 based on 77 reviews
Whilst my elderly aunties chose from the moderately priced lunch menu, I ordered a fish plate.
Generous helping of chips with 3 scallops in bacon; a piece of battered flathead; calamari; some dreary "thai" bites (calamitous) and a rocket salad dressed with rather pallid smoked salmon. $28.
A mixture of very pleasant and lesser ingredients. Still, good value.
A large rather noisy lunch venue, with limited wine offerings.
4 based on 234 reviews
Modern restaurant with magnificent views sitting out over the waters of the Leven River 600 meters from Bass Strait. Serving Tasmanian Seafood, Steak, Chicken and Pasta dishes.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
I wanted to take my sister out for High Tea but had trouble finding something in the area open on Saturday afternoon. This place was a real find! They don't advertise their High Teas for some reason, but I rang and asked and the answer was 'yes!'
We had a glass of bubbles to start (not included in the High Tea), and then the food came on 3 plates. There looked to be too much for us, but it was all so delicious that we ate the lot! It was a different variety of food than what I'm used to for High Tea, and more of a savoury selection, which I like. There were smoked salmon mini-toasts, lots of ultra-fresh sandwiches, stuffed mushrooms and pieces of frittata served on spinach leaves. The sweet selection included mini-choc-chip cookies, hazelnut slice, a yummy chocolate mousse and fresh strawberries. We had several cups of tea each. The staff were attentive and helpful, but didn't hover! I paid $38 each, which included the glass of champagne.
I would definitely recommend this place for High Tea. You need to ring and book in advance.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
On the Old Coast Hwy between Ulverstone and Penguin
What a delightful setting. We had a reservation for lunch (7 of us), greeted with a smile and shown to our tables. The menu was beautifully presented with lots of choices. Most of us girls had the crepes (lots of fillings to chose from) mine was chicken and asparagus and served with salad (half serve was 1 crepe and this made sure enough room left for sweets). The salad was a fantastic improvement on lots of places we had dined at - not just green leaves and tomato. It comprised of iceberg lettuce, pasta, coleslaw, cheese, corn, cucumber, orange, tomato. For sweets - quite a selection to pick from, the warm dutch apple cake served with icecream and cream was very popular with us. The service was quick, meals well presented and tasty, the prices very reasonable.
Wandering around the vast lawns and Gardens after lunch was a very enjoyable experience. Just over the road - "Bass Strait", what more could anyone ask for.
Well done "Blue Wren" - we are turning.
4.5 based on 261 reviews
We came for lunch at the beginning of our Tasmania holiday and liked it so much that we came back on our last day. The food is delicious and very reasonably priced, as is their wine.If you are up for the food challenge try the...MoreThank you for posting your appreciation JC. We hope your overall trip to Tasmania was enjoyable. We will be sure to pass on your kind words to Sam.
4 based on 85 reviews
Seaside cafe with great views serving all day breakfast, lunch and dinner ( Friday night only). Friendly staff, child friendly. Multiple gluten free, dairy free and vegan options. Amazing coffee!
My two guests and I called into Jo and Co Cafe on a freezing,cold day in the middle of winter for a leisurely lunch. The staff were friendly and very efficient.My guests ordered the soup of the day-potato and leek and I ordered the smashed avocado and poached eggs on sourdough toast. The soup was fresh,tasty and piping hot and the smashed avocado and poached eggs were absolutely delicious and with perfectly cooked soft poached eggs, Yum! The servings were huge and very filling.Loved the home style menu which was reasonably priced. Also loved the 50's style furniture. I will definitely be back. Great little cafe.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Deli Central offers a unique & relaxed cafe experience. We serve only the highest quality meals all made with love and enthusiasm by our amazing chefs at exceptional prices & our coffee is well known for being top quality and our cakes, all made in house, are to die for. We offer a wide range of milk alternatives such as Lactose Free, Soy, Almond, Coconut and Rice Milk. Our friendly staff are always more than happy to assist you in any way possible. We also stock a large range of Deli items, Gourmet Tasmanian produce and a good range of home wares. We can make custom made hampers and offer free gift wrapping all year round with any purchase!
Two of us had breakfast and compared to the Archies Secret breakfast we had a few days earlier this was very good. We had a large breakfast with the lot and a small breakfast of eggs and bacon. Both were well cooked and presented, there...MoreThanks for your review and feedback we are pleased you thoroughly enjoyed it. We look forward to seeing you soon.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
One of the most popular Indian restaurants on the North West Coast serving aromatic curries in very reasonable prices.
We were looking for Dinner after a busy day on a very Warm Summer’s evening. The usual fish and chips or pup meal with their limited selections did not inspire us, but fortunately I spotted the Indian Corner and Tapis in the Main Street of Ulverstone Tasmania. We found a clean spacious restaurant with friendly staff. Plenty of room between tables so it has easy accessibility for those lacking mobility. The interior is well lit with simple but attractive decorations. We ordered a selection of dishes such as the Chicken Massarla , beef Korma and Seafood curry along with Samosas and garlic Nan.
All of these were excellent without exception. I ordered a second serving of the Nan just to sop up the very last of the remaining sauces from each dish as it being so good. The venue has a license so wine is available. I had a glass of house Red. Ok. Lemon lime and bitters was very refreshing. 3 adults cost $90 all up including the drinks. I was very happy and will make a point of going again. Definitely better than the Thai that costing over $200 for 5 people excluding drinks.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
We ate here for breakfast and with a party of 7 we were all delighted with our meals. Every body had different choices but they were all cooked perfectly. The servings were of a good size for all and the coffee was also good. AS I don't eat either bacon or eggs I was pleasantly surprised to find there were other options as some places don't cater for this. We ate outside and it was a miserable rainy day but there were blankets in a basket if needed. There was a gas heater but it was not turned on so would have been a little more cozy if it was but I guess we could have just asked them to turn it on and they would have.
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