Cable Station Restaurant
The Cable Station Restaurant is, as the name suggests, set in an old cable station from the 1930s, where submarine wires were laid across the Bass Strait to link the Commonwealth states by telephone. As a result, visitors can sit back in the cosy, relaxing restaurant and be witness to the fantastic picturesque views of the coast.
If you're looking for quality food and a friendly vibe, then this is the place for you; they offer a selection of boutique wines and speciality cheeses to supplement their fresh seasonal menu. Seafood is their speciality, with dishes like the chargrilled octopus, fresh oysters and Stanley scallops being highly recommended.
The lunch menu changes regularly but offers a small selection of delicious cuisine. One course costs $35 or two courses for $45, both with a glass of wine or beer. The dinner menu costs $59 for starter and main course and $69 for all three courses and offers dishes such as the fallow deer for starters, a main of Cape Grim beef or Stanley crayfish and camembert and cider jelly to finish off.
And it's not just us that think they're great. They have a collection of awards including the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant guide approval in 2006/07/08 as well as winning the Tasmanian Tourism Award in 2012.
Saturday - Thursday: Orders from 6.30pm - 8pm
- Moderately Priced
- Mature Travellers
- The Local Experience
- Off The Beaten Path
- Fine Dining