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“Pizza Princess”
Review of T-Bar Restaurant

T-Bar Restaurant
Description: Gourmet wood fire pizza and alacarte. A full description of our menu and non booking system can be found on our web site.
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Description: Gourmet wood fire pizza and alacarte. A full description of our menu and non booking system can be found on our web site.
Reviewed July 30, 2013 via mobile

$30 is a bit steep for a pizza however the ingredients are top quality and the thin crust wood base close to perfection. Caution, they don't take bookings which is not bad as it gives you an opportunity to tune the hot hostess.

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Thank SRAMD
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Reviewed July 16, 2013

A cosy and friendly pizza place (which does have plenty of non-pizza options) which is clearly very popular with families. Our pizzas were nice enough (wood fired and crispy based) and big but at $35 each they should be!! To be fair, if you're not super-hungry one pizza between 2 would probably suffice and would make the pain in the wallet somewhat more bearable.

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Thank Missi0nary
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Reviewed July 9, 2013 via mobile

The meals here are very large so the high cost is somewhat offset.

I have never spent $40 for a pizza. It was excellent BUT $40 !!!

The special pasta was overpowered with sundries tomatoes. Steam Veges good.

A cosy venue with Faux gas fireplace that cranks out meals in a busy but well run manner. No bookings taken.

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Thank ScambusterSZ
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Reviewed July 5, 2013 via mobile

A very pleasant setting in the village and obviously very popular with families as the restaurant was crowded tonight. The food is pleasant but extremely over priced. I dine out frequently in each of the Australian capital cities and the prices charged in this family style restaurant are similar to those charged in fine dining restaurants. Our meal tonight consisted of 2 med size pizzas and I bowl of spaghetti 2 waters 1 beer and 1 beer and it totalled $120. Entrees high $20s and mains in the $40s .
In summary a pleasant setting given the open fire but noisy , cramped and over priced

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Thank keentotravelsydney
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Reviewed July 2, 2013

We ordered 2 large pizzas and a garlic bread to take away.
These pizzas were no gourmet - 1 Hawaiian and 1 ham and cheese
The kids really enjoyed them - and so they should for the $62 they cost me!

Thank GC_Family30
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