Dylan enjoyed his Kids meal mini-roast dinner.
Phil wasn't too pleased with his scallop dish ($18) which featured frozen scallops which were not of Tasmanian origin, were overcooked and definitely not he was expecting.
I tasted a few and much prefer the scallops from Coolies (Moonah, Tasmania) and Drunken Admiral (Hobart, Tasmania) which are large, round fresh Tasmanian scallops and not small frozen scallops.
I wasn't feeling very hungry so I settled for the soup of the day, Tomato soup ($5) which had a robust flavour and was exactly what I wanted.
Scallops with bacon and served with winter vegetables ($18)
Soup of the Day - Tomato ($5)
On the second last day of our visit we travelled out to visit our block of land at Glenfern, just outside of New Norfolk, Tasmania. After exploring the property which features m
We also enjoyed some wonderful home cooked meals by my daughter in law Kelly-Jo and her Mum Robin including a very tasty stew which was even better as leftovers spooned over toast the next day. There were also cupcakes and an amazing a train cake made for Dylan's 2nd birthday party for his weekend kids party at Margate Dru Point play area. The cake was made out of slices of banana cake decorated with lollies and was much loved by Dylan who sampled every section of his train cake and continued sampling his cake for five or so minutes. Such a funny sight and definitely a photo opportunity that I took advantage of :)
Huonville Grand Hotel
2 Main Road , HUONVILLE
Ph: (03) 6264 1004
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49-51 Montagu St
New Norfolk. TAS 7140
Phone: (03) 6261 2256
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