5 Restaurant reviews
Two Girls like to eat out and talk about it. In this blog we take a walk
through some of our restaurant reviews over the last 12 months. They get a score out of 10 based on the full restaurant experience: aesthetic, menu, service,
food, wine list, value for money, the whole nine yards.
we nailed it? What’s your take?
Two Girls have reviewed Charcoal twice. Initially on day two of operations and
then a year down the track, after it’s recent occupation by RACV. Find the recent review here.
year ago, we looked despairingly at the tapas menu, not finding anything that
really took our fancy. 'Wanky', was the word One Girl used I believe. But the
new tapas has something for everyone and the pizzas are on the up and up, and not dripping
in cheese and fat, yay! There are plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options
and it deserves a tip of the hat for putting itself out there.
Don’t write Charcoal off for being part of an
accommodation chain. It is solid inner-city contender, open for lunch and
dinner. It’s attractive, the service is consistent and the prices are
pretty good too. We give it a 8 out of 10. We've been back since the last review too.
is on Collins Street, opposite Country Road in the CBD.
visited Roaring Grill in its second week of operation. It's a fairly plain Jane
doing the best with what it’s got. It is a stylish restaurant with beautifully
presented albeit pedestrian food. There are places you can get a better steak.
woman went last night. Initially excited but quickly despondent after reading
the blog review, her text from the restaurant? ‘Hmmm….yr blog post on roaring
grill spot on.’
give this one 5 out of 10.
the Two Girls’ review of Roaring Grill here.
Grill is on the corner of Elizabeth and Burnett Streets, North Hobart.
like red meat? Astor Grill is the place to visit for a great steak. Don't be
put off by its stuffy appearance. It might be old world but it’s accessible.
Astor Grill is a fairly consistent performer. On this occasion though, there
was more oil and seasoning needed for any vegetarian risotto but the desserts saved the day. Astor rated a 7.5
out of 10.
the Two Girls’ review of the Astor Grill here.
Grill is on the corner of Macquarie and Victoria Streets, Hobart.
to the mounting body of evidence above, This Girl is not big on red meat. Clean
healthy Japanese fair is always a winner in my books. Orizuru is another
consistently good restaurant. You'll see everything you've come to expect on a
Japanese restaurant menu and their own regular specials. The services is casual
but very friendly. It gets points for location too. It's a 7.5 out of 10.
the Two Girls’ review of Orizuru here.
is on Victoria Dock on Hobart's waterfront.
Chinese has found it's way to North Hobart. Mulan has made a significant
investment in its interior design and has produced a beautiful aesthetic. The
food is interesting and has excellent valued serves. The service
is...yawn...well it’s true what they say, good help is hard to find... It's a 7
out of 10.
visited Mulan twice. Find the first review here and for Mulan Take II here.
is on Elizabeth Street, North Hobart.
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