Arrived in Stanley on a Saturday, should have booked a table at the bistro in advance but didn't and missed out that night. We booked for Sunday night, not much else is open in Stanley on Sundays.
The bistro was really busy but we didn't have to wait too long for our food. We both ordered the coarse crumb scallops with were served with chips salad and tartare sauce for $29. The scallops were fairly small but sweet and juicy with a lovely crispy crumb. For dessert I had a crème brulee and my husband the sticky date pudding. The food was lovely and prices consistent with most of Tasmania. Cheapest main at $19 was venison sausages or vegetarian tart, scotch fillet steak cost $33 and the Seafood Plate $38.
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