Amazing food and service. Very quick too.
Food was delicious
Very nice place, food was beautiful, but a little noisy.
Was disappointed the driver couldn't have Mid strength Great Northern. He settled for full strength.
Always a great place to eat. Great food and excellent service
Food and service were great!
Food was awesome but expensive for a pub.
Service was excellent and anything that was asked, was no trouble at all
Service was prompt & they easily accommodated changes to the menu. Staff were professional as well as friendly
A lovely meal and wonderful service will definitely return
We both had great meal and a enjoyable night.
Food was WAY overpriced and did not match in quality. Very disappointed how expensive our meals were, and it was very average food! I would not go back or recommend anyone to go there, infact i would warn ppl to stay away!
Somewhat overpriced for a pub
Great food and service, definitely worth a visit or two
Great food, good service
Needs some atmosphere
Tacos were a 10/10, carbonara was poor...too ccreamy and too salty! 2/10...setting is nice if you score a table away from direct sunlight, else its too uncomfortable in any sunny weather...
We loved the atmosphere and the food was amazing. I had an amazing brownie/ice cream dessert. Highly recommend checking the place out.
Steaks not as good as previous times we’ve been there, seemed a bit over cooked, but nice enough. The produce paddle could have done with more produce & less bread. 3 very thin slices of salami, 3 very thin slices of chorizo and 3 very thin slices of prosciutto is a bit cheap.
Very friendly staff and a delicious meal enjoyed by all of us.
7-21 Bellerine Street, 3220, Geelong, Australia
Would you like some history with that? We all love a history lesson, especially when it´s served with some hearty pub grub and a brew. This Geelong pub takes its name from a famous English naval commander who fought against Napoleon in the 1800s. Pretty cool huh? The sight was originally home to one of Geelong´s first hotels back in 1849, but was rebuild in the twenties when they gave it a snazzy art deco facade. Today, the formidable building has been renovated to look like it did back in the roaring twenties with the inside taking you even further back in time to a Victorian manor. The Lord Nelson certainly looks a treat, and with award-winning goodies on offer, the dining experience is an all-rounder. Come in for some typical pub food while enjoying a beer. Maybe even the pub´s own Old Admiral beer, brewed in Australian´s oldest pub brewery in Sydney. The Lord Nelson Hotel is not just a pretty sight - it´s a site with delicious bites. Best dish: crumbed pork cutlet
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