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Located in Paterson Street, near the entrance to Launceston's Cataract gorge, this beautiful old building has been transformed into Kings Bridge Bar & Restaurant. Authentic Tavern atmosphere, complimented by a traditional menu. Old world charm and cozy ambiance in the front bar, complete with pool table. Grab a coffee from the conservatory styled "Red Room'. Enjoy the open fire in the adjoining room. Alfresco dinning, suitable for families.
An amazing old building with cozy charm and wonderfully friendly staff (who unfortunately couldn't quite pour a decent Guiness on the day we visited). Well worth a visit, it is the perfect place to refuel after taking in the Cataract Gorge walk.
I loved that the bar wasn't a sports bar with some kitch heritage stuff thrown on top. It was a good ole English style pub and we were lucky enough to meet the owner who graciously got a fire roaring in the 'lodge' area behind...More
Breakfast was great, service was excellent and prompt.
My only bug bear and maybe it’s just me as I get it at a lot of places...... warm your hollandaise sauce! .... hot toast, ham and EGS covered in cold sauces......
Coffee was perfect 👍🏻
Lunched here after a long search on Easter Monday for some place open and serving. Plenty of choice on menu.Service friendly. Sat outside on a lovely day. Food was average on arrival. Serving size large, chips looked good but were limp and warm. Parmys poorly...More
One morning for breakfast I had the 3 egg omelette and it was the biggest omelette I have ever had in my travels, not to mention it was very yummy.
Corina, our waitress was just delightful and very jovial, she is a real asset to...More
We ordered 2 meals an beef cheek and eye filet. The beef check was devine and very tasty. My wife ordered the eye filet and honestly you would need a chainsaw to get through it. It was full of gristle. We were offered a free...More
Having visited her before and not had great food I was reluctant to go again but do so anyway. Different menu and maybe different chefs. The online menu which I was keen for was not the menu being served which was a little disappointing especially...More