I had dinner here - it is a great bar with a reasonable restaurant. It's big though - and it looks like it's more aigned with being a bar than a restaurant. I was here early evening, so it was still being a restaurant, rather than a pub. The atmosphere at that time is very conducive for chatting and my companion and I sat in the outdoor area - very pleasant. The cocktails are good (around $15) but the menu is not extensive. I ate their "famous" Grilled Tasmanian salmon with cucumber chilli, mint salad ($19) - it was lovely, very reasonably priced, with some Bruschetta ($10) to start - again, tasty and a good sized serving, but it's bread, not toast. My companion had Salt and Pepper Squid - a bowl of crumbed, deep fried, calamari rings ... just pub food really.
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