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dined on Sat, 16 Jun 2018

Loved the spec and ham made at the farm And the chocolates of course!

dined on Sun, 15 Apr 2018

Great service and food/coffee, despite the place being super busy on the day. Beautiful view on a bleak autumn day!

dined on Sat, 17 Mar 2018

Such lovely food, wonderful staff and a fantastic farm to walk I t all off on. Bring a hat, feed the cheeky goats and take in those gorgeous views. The serving size make the prices good value and the kids menu is a hit with my 4 year old. Recommend that you book you table as it can get super busy on the weekends! This is one of the places that we always bring visitors to.

dined on Sat, 23 Jun 2018

We attended the high tea. Would recommend yum yum yum!

dined on Tue, 19 Jun 2018

Nothing to add, thanks.

dined on Tue, 29 May 2018

Food was very nice and the views were very good, a little disappointing that the goats were having a rest so we did not see them. The dining room can be a bit noisy.

dined on Sat, 12 May 2018

Brilliant, fantastic early Mother’s Day lunch!

dined on Sun, 1 Apr 2018

Great food and location... close to Hobart

dined on Sun, 1 Apr 2018

My husband and I had lunch at Coal River Farm for a special occasion recently. When we made the online booking, we mentioned it was for our first wedding anniversary and could we please have a nice table. When we arrived, it was obvious they hadn't read our request and directed us to a table near the toilets ... Although the food is delicious and the views beautiful, it is not the place for a special occasion lunch. It's very noisy and has a very casual feel.
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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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