Reviews on European food in Lindisfarne, Clarence, Tasmania including Daci and Daci Bakers, Fico, The Black Footed Pig, Templo, The Point Revolving Restaurant, Mezethes Greek Taverna
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4 based on 942 reviews
Have been twice in the last month and both times have received excellent food and service. The saganaki was heavenly, the dips with bread are very filling. Calamari and the lamb and chicken skewers were cooked to perfection.Staff were friendly and helpful. Answered all questions, provided suggestions, checked our table regularly to see if everything was alright. We were not in a rush but did not find wait times to be an issue.
4 based on 411 reviews
Seventeen floors above the River Derwent, The Point Revolving restaurant at Wrest Point radiates 'special occasion.' When the doors open for lunch, high tea or dinner and the view unfolds, you'll understand why The Point has been a backdrop of memorable d
Had a Friday lunch to celebrate my wife's birthday and our wedding anniversary, waiters very welcoming, friendly and professional.Decor is modern, relaxing muted tones that do not conflict with the stunning views.Meals where excellent well presented and cooked to a high standard and delicious.Nice touches with a small pre entree treat also chocolate treat after desert. At $69 dollars plus drinks a head for a 3 course meal was great value.
4 based on 376 reviews
Myself and two girlfriends had Sunday lunch here and partook in the $70 Chefâs Menu, where you get a wonderful taste of eight courses. These were shared amongst the three of us and the dishes were robust in flavour, complexity and also, size. We left feeling contently full. The wine menu was extensive with an aperitif offered on arrival. We were seated at the large communal table with two other parties but at no time were we cramped or did it feel too loud. Between the two chefs and the one front of house we were spoilt with a wonderful and timely degustation over two hours. I would highly recommend Templo. Please be mindful though, the restaurant only sits 20 patrons and is incredibly popular, so if you are planning a trip to Hobart and would like to have lunch or dinner here, you should definitely consider booking in advance so as to no miss out. Also, there are single menu items, you do not have to do the Chefâs Menu! A wonderful culinary experience.
4 based on 409 reviews
We selected the Chefs Menu which consisted of seven delicious, balanced courses, commencing with oysters, followed by tuna, chorizo, quail, bettroot tartare, steak and rounded off by strawberry mousse. Excellent flavours in each course, well spaced out, to maximise enjoyment. Staff friendly and efficient. A wonderful evening.
4 based on 275 reviews
FICO had been talked up in reviews and I think they are resting on these rather than producing the goods. Shared &/or large tables may be trendy but not for all. Set menu was a good idea but short on variety, flavours and bulk. Service was reasonable but a bit detached. Over-rated
4 based on 1793 reviews
Bakers Of bread, Viennoiserie, cakes, patisserie & provisions. Full breakfasts, morning and afternoon tea, & lunch are offered in a bustling environment with professional service. Takeaways available, and child friendly.
If i didn't know any better I was back in Paris walking the streets and enjoying the exquisite baking that only they can do. The display of cakes and pastries is amazing and the cafe was buzzing. Great service, good coffee but the croissants were terrific and so was the Danish. I'm going back for macarons and maybe some croissants to take home. I wish there was this type of cafe in the north west of Tasmania I'd be a very happy person.
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