The service was professional and the surroundings very nice. Had the coffee rub steak for my main, which was nice but I really enjoyed the cheese platter to follow.
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Just had the most amazing meal here. Food was fantastic. Compliments to the wait staff for outstanding service. Compliments to the kitchen staff for exquisite food. And special thanks to the owner for the lift home. We shared the lobster pate as an entree -...More
Spectacular setting, great service, beautiful food. Although renowned for their steak, we had lobster pate, a fantastic seafood chowder as entree's. Salmon and duck were our mains. We might go back for a steak !
This is our second visit to Rockwall for dinner. I could not go past the traditional "Carpet bag" steak. Had it last time & just had to have it again. Not disappointed. Service was special again, friendly, personable & relaxed. Sure to visit again.
Tassie's own Rockpool! Even the staff at other hospitality venues recommends this place to us. Started with a platter of oysters - large & delicious. Our table dined on either of the signature dishes 'coffee rubbed eye fillet' or pork rib. Desert - (my favourite)...More
Easy to find location, very nice staff, great menu selection. I had two entrees because they looked so nice. My husband had Special Entree and a steak Mignon. Everything was delicious, with a great wine selection as well. Def will go back on my next...More
We had a fantastic meal here. Staff were great, friendly, efficient and knowledgeable. We had an entree of lobster pate, which was a big entree but lovely, hubby had the quail which was also nice. Main: I had the barrassi steak, the blue cheese was...More
We had a table looking out at the rock wall. And the name of the restaurant makes sense when you are looking at a rock wall! Great steak and a good location for a special meal.
Food amazing. Service excellent. Venue brilliant. Highly recommend going on a sat night. Parking is free. Must book though as they are very busy. Nutella sundae a stand out. Coffee rubbed steak also. Everything is better with a Tasmanian Pinot of course.