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dined on Wed, 9 Jan 2019

Amazing steak! And such a nice little spot in Launceston. Definitely a must if you’re ever in town. We hope to return if we are ever back in Tassie.
Angus Yu

dined on Thu, 3 Jan 2019

Great steak & drinks. Attentive service.

dined on Mon, 31 Dec 2018

We had the 7+ marbled wagyu, 550g for two people and a couple of sides. Dinner was good and the service was excellent.
Paul Wong

dined on Sat, 29 Dec 2018

Nice dining experience. Food is wonderful.

dined on Wed, 12 Dec 2018

Delicious steak cooked perfectly. The sides we chose, roasted broccoli and kimchi, paired well with the steak and the potato galette was to die for. Lovely intimate atmosphere and attentive service.

dined on Mon, 5 Nov 2018

Amazing food - great for a special occasion

dined on Thu, 11 Oct 2018

Tables were very close together so it didn’t feel like an intimate dinner with my partner. The wine and food was excellent and the waitress was fantastic.
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About Black Cow Bistro

Eat until the cows come home There’s nothing like premium Tasmanian beef, dry aged, free range, grass fed and artificial hormone free. You can taste the difference. You can taste the quality. For a truly great cut of meat, Black Cow Bistro is the place to get it in Tassie. Located in the historic art deco Luck’s Butchery shop in Launceston the ‘up market’ steak house has a wide range of steaks with different flavours and tenderness. From the delicate and tender lean Eye Fillet and fat studded Scotch through to the hearty Rib Eye and textured Porterhouse and Rump, these are top quality steaks at Black Cow. With all dishes designed around fresh local produce, you are eating from the local land when you dine here. The menu is cleverly displayed with dishes ‘Before the Black Cow’ through to ‘To the side of the Black Cow’. All delicious. Best dish: Eye Fillet Cape Grim Beef (Smithton, NW Tas) with Café de Paris butter and roasted honey brown mushrooms with thyme and garlic

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