This is an unusually elegant looking cafe/wine bar in a 'village' that might reasonably be called a suburb of Burnie being only a few kilometres from that town. It's on a side road separated by a little grass from the Bass Highway and The Bass Strait.
The clean modern lines of the exterior are mimicked in the L shaped restaurant.
There is a small open lounge area.
The remainder of the restaurant has good sized bare tables with paper serviettes and basic settings.
It was oddly discordant to have a 'Caution Wet Floor' sign in the middle of the restaurant, especially as the floor was not wet at all!
I started with a selection of deep fried dumplings which came with a sweet chili sauce and a sweet sour sauce and a small salad.
While the Soy sauce was very good with enough but not too much chilli the sweet sour sauce was only sweet. The salad had a pleasant sweet dressing. The spring roll and dumplings belonged in a fast food take away cafe.
Scotch fillet, 300 gm,
was accompanied by an excellent mushroom sauce, I could have chosen a pepper, pan or smoky
BBQ sauce. The potato chips were outstanding, hand cut they were hot and crisp. The steak was thiner than I would have liked but the chef managed to cook it very rare and much to my taste.
There is a cabinet with a good selection of cakes and biscuits.
An oddity is a cabinet with small handbags and women's accessories. Evidently people do buy them.
I would be happy to come here again to try some of their other dishes.
Saturday, November 25, 2017
Leoardoz (Wivenhoe - NW Tasmania) 11/2017
Posted by Elliot and Sandra at 8:45 PM
Labels: $$, Australian, family friendly, NW Tasmania, riendly
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