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57 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

9
57 reviews
Recommended
(9.3)
Food
(8.9)
Service
(9.1)
Value for money
(8.4)
Atmosphere
(9.0)

dined on Sat, 5 Aug 2017

(10)
Outstanding food, wine, service and surroundings!
antony butchart

dined on Fri, 9 Jun 2017

(9)
The service was impeccable

dined on Thu, 4 May 2017

(8)
The duck cassoulet was outstanding. the beef pie lacked sufficient jus, but the meat was moist and tasty. Serving size was enormous! Red wine drinkers would be in heaven, as the menu was strongly that way inclined. We enjoyed a Lalla Gully white which went very well with our ('red' meat) meals. Wine service - no advice given. Wine bottle not 'presented'. Initially we were given someone else's bottle - 1/3 empty.

dined on Fri, 28 Apr 2017

(9)
The food and accompanying wine was excellent , the only thing that let the experience down was the service as the waitress wasn't completely aware of the meals she was serving when explaining each course.
Rebecca

dined on Wed, 22 Feb 2017

(9)
Lovely all round

dined on Fri, 4 Aug 2017

(9)
Nice experience

dined on Sat, 15 Jul 2017

(6)
Lovely food, but degustation serving sizes are too small

dined on Sat, 1 Jul 2017

(9)
Felt like we were rushed out at the end of the evening
Jeff

dined on Fri, 23 Jun 2017

(10)
An all round delightful evening. Excellent service and superb food.
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About Brisbane Street Bistro

The greatest dishes are very simple After twenty plus years of owning restaurants in Tasmania, Terry Fidler knows a thing or two about restaurants. Brisbane Street Bistro is where Fidler prepares contemporary fresh food in a relaxed environment. From live oysters split to order from St Helens’ Lease 65, to dairy-cream and cheese from Meander Valley, this bistro only uses the finest ingredients. In just five years, Brisbane Street Bistro has attained awards for “Best Informal Dining”, “Best European Restaurant 2011”, and “Best European Restaurant 2012”, “Best European Restaurant 2013”, "Best Stand-Alone Restaurant 2015 and “Best Front of House 2012” from the Tasmanian Hospitality Association. Not a bad effort. Best dish: smoked mussel and chorizo croquette, chilli pickled vegetables and saffron mayonnaise with a glass of Pinot Noir.

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