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Having been awarded two chef's hats in a row in 2011 and 2012, Pierre's in Launceston must be doing something right. Having opened in 1956, Pierre's was home to one of the first espresso machines in Australia and have been perfecting the art ever since. After over 50 years of practice, their award winning coffee is highly recommended and to accompany that, the brasserie and wine bar serves delectable meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The interior of the restaurant is in keeping with tradition, with the black and white tiles and comfortable high backed leather benches contrasting with the cleverly placed theatre lighting above to create a cosy atmosphere. Architects designed the venue for optimum relaxation and simplicity to create a no stress atmosphere, and it's not just their customers that appreciate it; Pierre's was awarded a commercial architecture commendation by the Australian Institute of Architects in 2009.
The menu is an assortment of fine dining treats for any time of day, with popular dishes including the Scotch filet steak, confit of duck and the escargot to name but a few. Alongside their delectable food, they house an award winning wine list with local and international wines.
With its location being seconds away from most central theatres in Launceston, Pierre's offers pre-theatre meals available from 5.30pm (bookings highly recommended to avoid disappointment).