We enjoyed lunch here twice during a recent stay. The cider on tap was good and the coffee excellent. Food is fresh and made on site. Also has a WW1 memorabilia room for locals from the area which is very interesting.
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If you're down in this part of the world, then this is a great place to stop. They've adapted a historic church into a museum, cafe and cider bar. They make a fabulous range of cider and you can buy a tasting flight ti try...More
A museum accompanies this cafe and cider bar. Apples have been grown by this family for over 150 years. They certainly know how to make cider. Apple, pear and cherry cider is excellent. The food offerings are tremendous for lunch.
Franks is a cosy little cidery setup in what I presume is an old hall or church house. The museum containing history regarding Franklin was really interesting and set out well. Stayed only for a tasting of their cider offerings which were all lovely. Wish...More
We found Frank's completely by accident after the place we intended to visit for lunch was closed and I am so glad we stumbled across Frank's instead! The atmosphere is quaint, old-days Tasmania, but with a very modern twist thanks to the delicious food, great...More
Franks Bar has an interesting collection of War records, photographs and memorabilia including service records and discharge papers for local servicmen. OK if you're interested in that sort of stuff. There was a fair line up to get served and the coffee was only moderate,...More
A peek into Tasmanian Apple growing history, warmed by a cozy fire, with delicious local food and jams, is a must! The alcoholic ciders all contain some of Franks original apples. We took away the cherry - pear cider.. yum!!
My wife, 16 year old son and I stopped here for lunch on the way to Southport and were glad we did. The menu was wholesome and varied with most items prepared freshly on site using local ingredients. I had a cauliflower and cheese soup...More
Cosy and interesting surrounds, warm fire and a very accommodating staff. Food on the table so quickly we had not even looked around the museum displays which were fantastic Free cider tastings which meant we stocked up on drinks for tonight If you feel hungry...More