119 Verified Diner Reviews

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119 reviews
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Ed Hunt

dined on Sat, 8 Dec 2018

We got in early and we could sit in the rest till opening of kitchen

dined on Sat, 11 Aug 2018

Have been here a few times and always enjoyed the food but have had haphazard service. Service was impeccable this time and made for a very enjoyable lunch.

dined on Sat, 19 Jan 2019

Great place with great food. Fantastic for families

dined on Thu, 3 Jan 2019

Lovely outlook and fresh produce

dined on Thu, 3 Jan 2019

Lovely farm showcasing local cheeses, meats and artisan chocolates

dined on Wed, 2 Jan 2019

Berry farm great fun for family

dined on Wed, 2 Jan 2019

We had brunch and whilst, ingredients were fresh and well-made, it was quite bland. They were really busy but they kept up with their service standard. Strawberry picking, goat feeding etc. are great for tourists with kids. Their cheeses and other products are great, but they’re stocked in most shops around Tasmania.

dined on Tue, 1 Jan 2019

I had my Mum from Melbourne over and it was fantastic. We went for a walk after lunch saw the pigs, goats and fruit tress. Food and service was amazing

dined on Sun, 30 Dec 2018

Really enjoyable lunch.
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About Coal River Farm

Modern food with a farmy twist It’s hard to describe what kind of food Coal River Farm dishes up, because even the faces behind this wonderful foodie venture don’t know how to explain it. The closest description is this: Modern Australian cuisine with a farmy twist. It doesn’t fit into a specific category, but that’s okay. It’s unique, and it’s theirs. Chefs take the best seasonal produce from the local Coal River Valley and turn out some modern takes on classic dishes that are simply devine. Open for breakfast and lunch, this is a fabulous daytime spot to come not only for food, but for a farmy adventure too. In addition to the restaurant Coal River produces cheese and chocolate and offers fruit picking. Don’t spend an hour here, spend a few. It’s worth it. Best dish: open shepherds pie of slow roasted lamb in red wine, roasted leeks and green beans

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