After walking through a desolate Launceston streetscape one evening, we finally arrived at this cosy, atmospheric restaurant known for its Cape Grimm beef. My husband and I have been on an eating and wine tour of Tasmania so chose to eat only one course. The 550 gram rib eyed shared between the two of us, a green salad, mushrooms and zucchini ribbons were all perfectly cooked and delicious. The potato galette served with the steak was, for me, the perfect size and flavour. The only other time we've eaten a rib eye like this was Asador Etxebarri outside San Sebastián. Whilst the latter was probably a cut above, so to speak, Black Cow was very good. A word of warning... the diner next to us was unimpressed by the size of the eye fillet he ordered. If you're hungry go for the larger cuts, all outlined on the menu.
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