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“Go the Curry ”

Derwent Bridge Wilderness Hotel
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Australian
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

Stopped in for lunch to get in from the snow. Being the annoyung GF person in the family opted for 'Curries by Ima'. I became the envy of all the gluten gluttons at my table. Authentic home made heart warming curry with amazing side dish of extaordinary rice... YUM

Thank InksD
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Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

We stopped for lunch on our way north from Hobart. The menu choices had something for everyone, the service was friendly and prompt. Order the burger only if you're hungry, it's a big burger. The atmosphere is beautiful with the lodge style decor and the fireplace.

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Reviewed 2 July 2017

We came for lunch after driving up from North Tassie. Reasonable sized meals and menu for lunch in beautiful large pub dining room by woodfires with view outside to snow. three vegetarian options available & friendly staff. Meals are expensive for what you get but setting is good

Thank kdbkathmandu
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Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

Family day trip up the mountain we called into the pub on way home for dinner. Great quality food, friendly staff, terrific building very accomodating to our young kids
Admittedly it was snowing outside but inside was just as cold!! Huge fire places with small piss weak fires going and little electric heaters at each table that did nothing !!
I have been in their the hotel a ten years ago in dead winter and it was warm and cosy, Not people wearing beanies and snow jackets inside eating dinner!!
If the sort out how to have a proper fire going then it would be a ten out of ten for sure !!

Thank roddnneeyy
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Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

We stumbled across this gem last year passing through and vowed we would come back. This year we stopped in for lunch and was just as fantastic as we remembered. From the very welcoming service from the bar maid, the lounge infront of the fire, the rustic country charm and soup of the day to die for! Cant reccomend this country pub enough!

Thank Katy021286
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