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Wow... THE NATIONAL TRUST HERITAGE LISTED "Three step on george" was builted with convict bricks. The bar was elite and amazing , the open fire in the middle of the bar made me cozy. Had a fantastic time there...!!
Four friends and I dined at Three Steps on George last Saturday, each of us having a main meal and sharing some wine.
The steaks were cooked as requested and the venison pies delicious.
The wine prices were reasonable and the service friendly and efficient....More
Decided to give this place a try after a recommendation. As I entered the restaurant the first thing i felt was the warmth from the fire. Such a nice thing to walk into from a cooler night.
We were seated in a quiet corner.
After a tough, long work day, Three Steps on George was a wonderful end to the day. Sophie was a gem. She was knowledgeable about the building and painting on top of the bar as well as the food. The lamb was really, really delicious....More
This was the worst dining experience we had in 8 days in Northern Tasmania . My scotch fillet steak was tough and gristly and the garlic sauce thin and over powering. The veges were undercooked. My partner had a Wagyu burger which was basically a...More
Very warm and inviting post the cold days of NE Tasmania / Launceston...
This is a homely bar / diner with a sporty casual vibe for the business traveller and or families and retirees...
Special mention for Kasey who manages the well stocked bar superbly...More
We were staying at the Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston on our last night in Tasmania. The three steps restaurant was an easy choice being on site. When we checked in we were told we should book if we wanted to eat there. Not thinking too...More