We visited the restaurant without a booking and the staff accommodated us with a pleasant attitude. The food was delicious and beer and wine very good. Would definitely go again.
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This is an easy stop on the trip from Melbourne down to Cowes. Essentially fancy pub food, the chicken parmagiana was great, as was the beer battered fish & chips. I can also recommmed the tasting paddle of 4 locally brewed beers; went a treat...More
Won't be coming here again. We came here for dinner. The food was less than average and we were unimpressed when we saw out meals. Even the hot chips were dry and looked sorry for themselves.
We visited this place in the past week with family and were quite impressed with the staff service and the drinks menu. The let down we experienced was the mains we selected were tasty but were relatively small for a pub style meal. As a...More
Easy to find because of the giant koala at the front! We ordered the share plate, salt and pepper calamari and beer paddle. Enjoyable afternoon eating quite possibly the tenderest calamari we have ever had and tasting a selection of great beers. The calamari was...More
Friendly, accomodating staff. Good selection of beers on tap including locally brewed beers in the tasting paddle. Have visited here a few times over the years but this time was the first time I had eaten in the restaurant. Thoroughly enjoyed the vegetarian/vegan pasta dish....More
Nice experience from first calling to book. Great food. Great wine. Great hospitality. Really good Koala pale ale and a yummy dark one. Lovely waiter who was super helpful and accomodating chef who personalised 2 of our meals whilst very busy to help us with...More
Food was generally delicious and service excellent. Cider was also great. Unfortunately, steak, which was by far the most expensive item on the menu, came out well done instead of medium as ordered and there was no service recovery. Pity as rating would otherwise be...More