Excellent, friendly service and good food. There is no more to be said. Thank you Anzac Street Bistro.
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My partner and I booked a table here and waited in anticipation for the evening we were going to visit. We were not dissapointed. Hostess was lovely, friendly & chatty. Food was excellent. Fresh! And hot! The resturant itself is very small but not uncomfortable....More
We happened upon this bistro on a Friday evening, getting one of the last tables. Despite their being busy the service was excellent, great ambience and excellent food. The staff were friendly and went out of their way to ensure we had an enjoyable evening....More
The best food in Dartmouth. Wonderful selection of starters/mains and desserts prepared by a brilliant Chef. The atmosphere in the bistro created by the owner is cosy and friendly. Don't hesitate just book.
We visit Dartmouth most years and always have one meal out as a special treat. Last few years we've been to Anzac Bistro. So this year was no exception. The food was great as was the welcome. The local beers proved a success. I expect...More
We dined there on Easter Saturday April and had a truly great meal. The steak was probably the best I have ever had. Nothing was too much trouble for Aga and Simon and they made you feel really welcome. Would recommend booking early for this...More
This tiny restaurant is a real find. We had not booked and were warned that there would be a delay before we would get our meal but we stayed anyway. The wine order was taken very promptly so we whiled away the wait sipping wine...More
We had a lovely dinner at the Anzac Bistro. The staff are helpful, courteous and friendly and the food well cooked and very tasty. We all had 2 courses and also thoroughly enjoyed the Polish vodka and local gins.
Loved this friendly, charming bistro. Delightful owners who were both professional and friendly. The food was different from the normal fare found in local eateries: it was original, delicious and well-priced. We found the service impeccable. The tables near us were occupied by a family...More