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Bar, Pub, Australian
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Seniors parma was tasty but it took over an hour to come and it wasn't busy. Venue is great. Hard to revisit when your on a lunch break.

Date of visit: February 2021
Reviewed 8 January 2021

Visited the 'POW' today for lunch. Pleasantly surprised. Impressed with the light, bright and clean renovations. A relaxing lunch with friends in a comfortable environment. Service was friendly and pretty efficient. Drinks were good and the food was really good today. Flathead and chips were...rated excellent and the senior's bangers and mash were plentiful and delicious. Food prices were good. We enjoyed meeting the newest publican, Sarah, who has only been at the helm of The Prince for 2 days. We will certainly be going back to dine at the POW in the near future. Well worth a visit in 2021.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed 20 December 2020

ate in after a busy sunday nearby, sat outside and was quite happy, service was fast, food was hot and tasty and the drinks were cold. venue was very clean.

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 18 December 2020

Newly refurbish venue the outside beer garden has to be seen to be believed. The fire pit is huge lots of tables under cover. Food was great and good value for money.

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 16 November 2020

Walked in waited at the bar for 20 minutes staff didn’t acknowledge us. waited literally 20 min. We figured some locals first kind of arrangement but after they poured the locals and replaced one of the drinks dropped by one of the paîtrons for free...they just ignored us. We left and went to the royal which was so much better without being served. Don’t normally write reviews but if I was the owner of that pub I would seriously look at the staff cause they are going to put you out of business. This was 2 girls and a guy on Saturday just passedMore

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed 15 November 2020

My Wife and I visited the Prince a few weeks ago and was very surprised with the Renovation the place looks great inside, Outside is a another story very dated and doesn't compare to inside. The food we ordered was Chic Parma and a Gnocchi,...the Parma was alright expensive but alright the Gnocchi was very heavy and too much salt, so much so the meal wasn't finished. The drink service was poor with multiple staff coming past our table it took nearly 30min to get another round of drinks. The place has so much potential but the food and service is a major downfall and word is getting around.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed 3 November 2020

The hotel has undergone a recent complete makeover with more to come. The traditional country meals and portions are dead. The old POW steak Sanga replaced by a poor and far more expensive steak sandwiche encased with crunchy and tasteless sour dough bread. The new...Gnochi is a something that wants for something .... err? I know, salt. The service from staff varies depending upon who they know and don't know. Recently watching a long time regular being told to leave ... perhaps because he didn't fitthe new "Prince" model. The renovated pub looks great, but looks are only skin deep. If you can forgive not being able to buy a Carlton Draught on tap in a Victorian hotel, and the new management effectively telling old regulars to get used to it ... Pffft! Then good luck to them.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 28 October 2020

WOW! WOW! WOW! Visited the newly renovated Prince, and I was so impressed! The new interior is stunning, the menu is huge and they now have an impressive range of craft beer. Highly recommend a visit next time you are headed through Seymour.

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 24 October 2019 via mobile

Recommend by lady in info centre, had lunch chicken Parma, risotto, salt/pepper squid and flat head which was fresh. Meal sizes were just like a country pub, huge and prices good. Highly recommended if passing through

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 30 July 2019

28 June went for session on the beer, but the most popular beer they have on tap has not been available for the last 3 days due to minimum order of stock for some reason. The pub is up for sale and good will would...be part of the price of the sale, by running out of one of the most popular beers on tap does nothing to enhance good will, and will have customers showing there displeasure by moving on to another watering hole. also ran out of the canned brand of that beer also. Very poor effort.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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