Excellent meal, very good sized portions. Huge cob garlic bread and equally large chicken schnitzel!
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Having travelled from Hobart where we ate a superb meal at Battery Point for a price similar to that which the Richmond Arms charges it is not surprising that I can't mark them highly for value for money. However, having read reviews complaining about slack...More
Great selection of beer to go along with the basic food fare. The special of the day was good and the staff were very helpful. It was also very popular this Sunday afternoon/evening with lots of families in attendance. Everyone seemed to be very pleased...More
We arrived in Richmond on our way home, and arrived at the Richmond Arms only 5 minutes before their kitchen closed, and yet they obligingly prepared us a wonderful scallop meal. It was delicious and fulfilling.
Richmond is an old well kept town seen with austrailian eyes and this pub is no exception. It is also a bottle shop as there is no other in the town.
Had evening dinner here. Food was good pub quality, and the price was ok, if slightly on the high side (not surprising as there isn't a huge amount of choice in Richmond for evening meals). As with a lot of Tasmanian pubs best to go...More
The historical C19th village of Richmond is one of the great tourist precincts for Tasmania and a thoroughly delightful place to visit. The Richmond Arms is an original from the 1830s a beautifully restored old pub oozing charm and appeal. Its a pity the food...More
Good variety of pub food dishes, generously sized servings and the veggies are fresh, not frozen. I had the roast of the day, lamb, and I went for the big version (you can opt for a mini)..and yes, it is was BIG, the plate it...More