I was taken here for lunch on Father's Day . Great spot on the water . Priced well ( $27 for a 300 g Porterhouse ) . The steak was nice and thick but overcooked . The osso bucco was tough but tasty . Local...More
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Lovely town to visit by the the beach. Mortal rooms were not bad hotel food was ok but some staff could be a bit more friendly.
The meals are very generous and at a reasonable price. There is plenty of variety to choose from the menu and you won't be dissapointed. We really enjoyed our meal, it was cooked beautifully and we didn't have to wait long after placing our order....More
Pleasantly surprised by the quality of the meals which are far better than the typical bistro type fare. The Seafood plate was excellent with a wonderful selection of Tasmanian products. The oysters, mussels, scollops, squid, and particularly the Tasmanian salmon were exceptional. The Surf and...More
I have eaten at the Pier 3 or 4 times, hoping it will get better but it doesn't. The staff are lovely and the hotel is quite presentable. The food is overpriced for what it is and not very adventurous in its taste or menu...More
Unfortunately our experience on two seperate occasions was abysmal. On our first visit we were very disappointed with the salmon mains. The salmon was overcooked and very small. On a subsequent visit we ordered a pizza to share. The wrong pizza was brought out. Mistakes...More
Lunched recently. Service and food quite good but salad was a bit limp especially the lettuce. However the chips were crisp and yummy and the schnitzel/steak/fish was very good. Good enough to try it again though.