We were lucky to get in on short notice. The Portehouse and Eye fillett were cooked to perfection, side dishes were tasty and creative. Deserts were enjoyable. Staff were helpfull and pleasant.
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Going by Black Cow's ranking I expected a lot more. Food was pretty good - not great, Service was good...and bad. We received a bottle of wine, in a carafe, Nice touch. The glasses arrived, but were different glasses for the same wine. Both nice glasses, but a bit odd that they were different sizes. You expect that in a... More
This was our third trip to Launceston and our third time to the Black Cow. Undoubtably the best steak I've ever had. J ordered the Porterhouse New York Cut and my partner ordered the Eye Fillet. We also ordered sweet potato and baby corn as sides and shared it. Cannot fault the meals here. Always enjoy having a meal at... More
Went to Black Cow to have Cape Grim steak ( good quality beef produced in Tasmania). Steak was delicious and perfectly cooked. On the top of that, service was great, side dishes delicious ( brown mushroom and carrots) and dessert (frozen caramel slice) was to die for! Definitely a worthwhile dinner in Launceston.
We were disappointed with the quality of steak (3 out of our 4 diners said they wouldn't order steak again)...our server was attentive although new... the potato gratin that came with the steak was bland ... the highlight of the evening was the Dawson and James wine... We were also asked three times to pay the bill ( we paid... More
We visited this restaurant for dinner. I am not sure what it wants to be. If it is a steak house it is price wise at the tope of the pile. Table settings suggest it is a Steak House. Couldn't fault the steak or my oyster entrée but the wine list is another story. $18.5 for a glass of sinapius... More
I really wanted to love this restaurant as much as others who have reviewed before me. The steaks - fabulous, the sides also fabulous, wine list - fabulous. However for a expensive, fine dining restaurant I expected more. Firstly, I expected tablecloths of some description, I also expect little touches like complimentary bread, and finally I expect very good service... More
If you feel like a steak this is the place in Launceston. Had a booking for a party of 6, we were meet on arrival and escorted to the private dinning room where the wine is stored. The staff were excellent and very knowledgable about the food and wine matching. None of us could fault either the service or the... More
For the price the food is over rated The oysters were small & tastless The meat was ok but certainly not worth the price of $272 for 2 entres 2 mains and a bottle of white wine I do not understand the hype around this place !!
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What is the price for Porterhouse, Great Southern Pinnacle (North Tas), aged 35 days ,300g ? Any picture for the menus. Thanks!