4 based on 203 reviews
My wife and I visited this cheese factory whilst travelling through Richmond in September. It was very inviting, with lots of cheeses available for tasting. Not being a cheese person, I certainly enjoyed the cheeses here and we purchased a few cheeses to take away with us. There is a great selection of sauces, mustards and relishes as well.
4 based on 281 reviews
Booked a table here for brunch on a Saturday morning. Staff were friendly and helpful when booking and equally friendly on arrival. Location is a lovely old building right on the corner. Sun was shining through the windows making the room warm and cosy on this fairly chilly yet lovely morning. Menu is good and staff were happy to offer breakfast even though we were a little late for it. I had the meatloaf with was obviously homemade, plentiful and very tasty...the chicken and mushroom pie was pretty good too. Only downside was no licence....but sparkling water was good. Would recommend.
Called in for a fish and chip lunch on a Sunday for Fatherâs Day. It was really busy and all the tables were booked inside, but while it was a little cool, it was fantastic outside.Great chips - fish portions were a little small, but really fresh. Great experience
4 based on 138 reviews
Coal River Farm is a modern, casual restaurant featuring our own and locally grown produce. Dine while watching our cheese and chocolate makers create their artisan products onsite. All our food is made from scratch onsite and throughout the day customers
called in on our way through to hobart recently.Ordered 2 hot chocolates had to be the best hot chocolates ever service was friendly nice and quick water provided even though near closing time.Menu look nice platter being enjoyed by another table did look nice but we had already eaten.Chocolate and cheeses are readily available at our local market so need to do any tastings.
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