We had come across cable station's food at a number of festivals around Tassie and loved their wood fired seafood creations. Their accommodation looked fantastic so we took a family trip from Hobart (see accommodation review).
The restaurant is intimate with some historical knick knacks and a comfy couch which we took advantage of for a break between entre and main.
This is a gourmet restaurant show casing local produce in a degustation style, still gives a choice of main courses. Our kids (8 & 11) are reasonably adventurous food wise and loved octopus with pesto and balsamic reduction in the entre and the mains of braised beef and salmon steak. They weren't so keen on the carpaccio venison or the oysters entre but Mum and Dad were. Don't expect nuggets and chips here.
The crayfish special is spectacular and worth every cent.
Don and Charlotte do a fantastic job and are beaut people to boot.
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