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3 based on 18 reviews
We were told by a local that this is the best of the reasonably priced eating options in New Norfolk and that bookings were recommended. We dropped in just after 5.30 when they start serving and they had tables available. We both ordered a chicken dish. The chicken was tasty, but a bit dry. Veggies and chips were good. We had a dessert which was OK. Prices were reasonable.After checking the menu at a nearby bistro and not being impressed, we decided to give the place another go another night. The place was much busier that night (a Saturday, with a lot of wedding guests in) & we were lucky to get a table. We chose a different meal & didn't enjoy it as much but the veggies were again good.Overall, only slightly better than average as bistros go.
Decided to visit this restaurant for lunch on the way to Lake St Clair. We were greeted with a warm reception from the host. Atmosphere is pleasant, laid back and relaxing. Quality of food was great. Their fries were amazing ! Lovely fluffy potatoes. The best we've had in a long time. We had the beef burger and also a seafood platter. Both very nice meals and good serving size. Thank you Willow Court. We were even considering coming back on our way to the airport but time prevented us from doing so. However we would definitely visit again given the opportunity.
4 based on 15 reviews
If you're traveling down the yellow brick road and have a craving for what you loved to eat as a kid, know that you have a home here! Never mind what the other places are offering, this is honest tasty tucker for the best price! We keep coming back whenever passing through...
4 based on 11 reviews
Struggling to find a nice strong coffee all week. Majella sorted me out. If I was a local this is where I'd be buying my daily coffee. Free Wi-Fi would be nice
4 based on 30 reviews
Yes,it is quirky,but thats what makes it memorable.You can spend too much time here looking at the collection of knick knacks at the entrance to the restaurant(incl the huge dolls' house).The owner is very helpful and as I had an upstairs room I didnt find it too hard to move my luggage via the private entrance to the door.But there is only street parking and NO wifi or reception.I also had a warm room to arrive to(heater turned on in advance),plus free sherry and port(if you like it).
3 based on 45 reviews
We go to this place when visiting an elderly aunt in Hobart. The drive up the river to New Norfolk is pleasant, the hotel has historic character and a good number of locals with character are present. Others have been negative about the food. But this is a pub and it is country town pub dining, not London pub dining... and we give it five stars for quality within its category of thing, which is of three star hotel. Don't visit for city stainless nouvelle cuisine, or other dainty expectations. Come for really good country food.
4 based on 26 reviews
This was a great way to start the morning with pancakes by the ponds, then to wander round the awesome grounds and feed the fish.
4 based on 47 reviews
Beautiful old fashioned bed and breakfast accommodation only 30 minutes out from Hobart. Right on the Derwent River with picturesque countryside. The property is run by the most delightful couple, who serve a lovely breakfast and beautiful dinner in their restaurant if desired. The room and ensuite were clean and well appointed - the bed was very comfortable. You feel encouraged to just sit, relax and take in the view. Its like going back in time. We stayed in the Derwent Spa Suite which had access to the upstairs verandah - a beautiful place to sit and soak it all up.
5 based on 33 reviews
Glen Derwent Tea Rooms offers traditional Devonshire teas and high teas. We also offer light lunches and ploughman's lunches. We welcome group bookings.
Fresh, fresh fresh. Freshly made tea using quality leaf tea in beautiful teapot. Fresh cream, and with delicious fresh jam, made by the hostess, Liz, herself. From locally grown produce, of course.Charming tearoom in the verandah of historic, rural homestead.
4 based on 210 reviews
An eatery where local, seasonal produce is celebrated. Where the diner experiences a true sense of place through the food they eat and the ingredients speak for themselves with little adornment.
Great staff, food nothing to rave about. The environment it is set in is so wrong and unwelcoming. You feel the history that surrounds you. I could not go back.
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