A very fine dining experience. Great food and service and spectacular views. Not cheap but good value for money.
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We have nothing but positive comments. Upon arrival we were asked if we were celebrating a special event (we were.. it was our wedding anniversary) so we were given a complimentary starter and at the end, an amazing complimentary dry ice chocolate plate. The meals...More
We booked several months in advance for NYE. The service and food was outstanding! Food and wine included in the price, great value for money. Great menu with plenty of selections as well as a great wine list. We were given champagne on arrival and...More
Visited today for high tea, it was amazing and we had a great afternoon, the food was excellent the views were amazing and the service by Linda was outstanding, nothing was too much trouble for her. Highly recommend 😀
On New year’s eve, along with my cousin from New Zealand, we visited the revolving restaurant at Wrest Point to be met by a staff person who, when we asked if we could get a drink and make a booking for a future time, responded...More
Great service & above average food for tassie. It’s a shame that your waitress couldn’t wait until the kitchen door closed properly before eating some left over food on our plate!
Went here with family members and been told by the male waiter that I don’t meet their dress standard to enter. Apparently one of the reason is because I’m wearing tights, even though I’m tried to tell them I’m wearing my maternity pants. I get...More
We visited the restaurant on a Friday night as a party of three without having a booking. They sorted a table within minutes without blinking an eye and with a warm smile. We were seated and after asking the reason for the visit, which was...More
Good service , nice setting (although a bit dated) and nice food. Worth a visit - you will like it The revolving bit takes some getting used to - great scenery.
It was a beautiful sunset halfway through our delicious dinner as we revolved at a stately pace above Hobart which sums up our memories of our last evening in Tasmania. Make no mistake, this is not a cheap night out but it is well worth...More