Booked for a group of 9 for advertised Xmas in July dinner- weeks in advance and confirmed by venue by phone on the day. Arrived at booked time to be told they had run out of the items on the Xmas menu. After somewhat protracted...More
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For a family oriented and comfortable eatery, this would be an excellent choice. The open fire in the bar adds a lovely feel and at night the fire pit on the deck adds a special touch.
We have been wanting to go to Briars since moving to the highlands a couple of years ago. We finally had breakfast here this week. We arrived and were told by the young woman that the kitchen was only open another 5 minutes and that...More
We stayed for the Queen's Birthday long weekend and couldn't fault the place. It's not flash like a 5star resort but it's honest quality accommodation with a fantastic Inn/Pub. Love the little rooms with the fireplaces - like a bit of home for me (Ireland)......More
We came for dinner while staying at the adjacent accommodation and came back again for our second night. The food was fantastic - I believe there is a new chef and it certainly shows! There is a great selection of food, freshly cooked with great...More
Our two families met here.from Canberra and Sydney.no parking spaces left so had to park on the grass.table ready but we were stuck in a corner,and jammed between another table of 8. Meaning one of us had to ge up every time one of the...More
The room was nice with a beautiful view of the lake with lots of water bird life. The 7 day bistro serves good value meals and the bar in the historic old inn has nice intimate spaces with fireplaces adding atmosphere on cold nights. Thoroughly...More
After reading mediochre reviews, my husband and. Were dubious about eating here. We needn't have worried - the food was good. The service was not so good. When we arrived, we were asked if we had a booking - we didn't and there were plenty...More
Popular on a Monday night because not much else is open for eating, this "historic inn" serves good honest pub food with no pretension. If you BBQ the steaks yourself you'll save $7. The help-yourself salad was pretty ordinary.
We have previously eaten at Briars on a number of occasions over the years but on this occasion we were very disappointed. It was on a Sunday night so restaurant was only a third full however they still squeezed us in between to other full...More