We dined using a discount voucher. There was no compromise by management in terms of the size or quality of the servings (some do you know) except the condition of the voucher was that the entree had to be shared. Sharing a painfully small entree with my wife was not an option that would sustain our marriage, particularly as I eat faster. This was arguably, once Hobart's premier restaurant. Not now. The menu was limited but the food we had, was cooked very well. My steak was large, perfectly cooked and tender. Best steak I have had for many years My wife chose the lamb which seemed excellent also but she kept her eye on my steak . The Lenna, which houses the restaurant, is one of Hobart's grand mansions from the 19th century. There is evidence of this grandeur in Alexanders but the atmosphere is not conducive to enjoyable dining. The venue was too bright and the colours were not relaxing. Yellow is used to keep people awake in conference situations, not relax diners. The service was fine but there were very few diners. Would I go there again? Probaly not. Battery Point is one of Hobart's prime restaurant areas. Within metres there are more exciting restaurants selling a much wider variety of food at better prices. Hobart dining has matured and now has an excellent restaurant scene. Alexanders has not moved in unison.
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