Great steak, nice wine list and good service in a town that really did not offer much in the way of great dining experiences.
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I'm getting really sick of $7 side dishes, steaks for $35 without a vegetable in sight, paying extra for sauces, mineral water for $6 a bottle, very expensive wines, no table cloth. Come on guys, the product is great but grilled steak is a pretty...More
It sets out as steak restaurant and does it well, though my wifes eye fillet was overcooked. The porterhouse medium was magnificent. The recommended wine variety is Pinot Gris, but none was available by the glass strangely. YOung but highly efficient staff.
The food at Black Cow Bistro was excellent. The ribeye steak was to die for. We also loved the oysters and the side dishes. Mushrooms and corn were delicious. You have to order a steak when dining at the Black Cow. Will go there again...More
Nice cozy ambiance. Interesting menu with good selection. We had the porterhouse and the scotch fillet. Both exquisite! Delicious!
My wife and I have been there a number of times. The service is always excellent. Steak is also always excellent, the cuts are of very high quality, perfectly dry aged and prepared to our likings. The bread, oysters and truffle sauce are also perfect....More
We ate at the Black Cow and had the most delicious steaks I think we've ever tasted! If I ever go back to Launceston, I'll be going there again for sure!! Great service and nice ambience. Very popular joint, so make sure you book ahead
We did not make a booking and well, were very lucky to manage a table!! We did need to be out by 9pm but that was no dramas and the service was excellent so IF we did need something, very attentive. The food was outstanding,...More
We had a beautiful dinner here on our first night in Tassie. Steak was fabulous but so was everything else!! Service was very professional and personable. Lively atmosphere but not too noisy.