Took a 2km detour & found the Marrawah Hotel where we stopped for dinner. The locals made us feel at home whilst we waited for our meal. Great atmosphere! I had the best lamb cutlets I have had since I was a child. Large serve...More
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Travelling along small back roads on the west Coast of Tasmania, in the cold and windy Winter/Spring, the Marrawah Tavern was an oasis after a cold and windy tourist visit to this extreme west coast location.
we did the loop from Stanley around the tarkine. stopped here for lunch (was told from a business in Stanley that this was a great place to eat). and they were right! perfect meal. totally enjoyed
Turned up and the pub looked like a bit of a barn. However, our host was very friendly and the meal we had was terrific I had the Cape Grim steak and my wife had fish - both delicious. They pour a good beer as...More
Enjoyed lovely melt in your mouth steak here. Prompt service I a clean dining area with some interesting photos and info on the walls to view.
We didnt eat as it was a bit early for lunch but the beer was cold and the welcome was warm and the place had a great ambience. As a pub on the outer regions of circular head I would recomend it for any locals,...More
We stopped if at this venue. We came in and was greeted so warmly by the staff. A peaceful place with beautiful tables to sit and eat and an open sports bar. Just a gorgeous place to stop for some home-cooked food. Marrawah maybe small...More
We called in for lunch today after 5 hours of driving, walking and sightseeing on the Tarkine Drive. Lovely warm fire and a friendly staff member greeted us. We each had a steak sandwich which was $18. The piece of steak was tender and quite...More