I was excited about going out for dinner at the Black Cow after reading reviews however I was left wondering what all the hype was about. It was great to see another Tasmanian resturant supporting local businesses with stocking their produce however when this might have been a rarity it is now more common to find restaurants using local produce. We dressed up slightly above casual clothing but when looking around at other patrons there were people in just windcheaters, sneakers & everyday t-shirts (different tables/groups were in this attire) other tables also slightly dressed up. To me it created a strange vibe in the place. The tables are quite close to each other & it can be hard to hear including the wait staff.
I highly recommend you book a table to ensure you are able to have a table at a time of your choosing. I suggest wearing neat casual attire nothing fancy currently required.
Staff were friendly & certainly can not fault them.
The black cow unfortunately didn’t leaving me pre-planning my next visit.
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