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“What a cosy place”
Review of Micawber Tavern

Micawber Tavern
Ranked #7 of 36 Restaurants in Belgrave
Cuisines: Australian
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed July 17, 2012

I always love coming here, the surrounds are great, like a pub should be. Nice and cosy, warm and toasty. Lead Lights, bits and pieces on the walls. Staff are always freindly. Food always good, never outstanding, but always good. Friendly staff great with kids, and the beer garden on a warm day is fantastic, sitting by the creek, shared with local Kookuburras and the tree ferns are a great way to spend a Sunday arvo.

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Reviewed May 30, 2012

Micawbers is our local pub. We often go there with family for a meal. Food choice is varied - typical pub food mainly, reasonably priced with a good variety (but why did they take the beef Wellington off the menu?) My husband loves the Guinness on tap. Decor is kind of daggy and old-fashioned. When there's a band playing, it can get quite loud so don't expect to talk to friends then. Would be great if they got their car-park sealed, the pot holes can be massive.

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