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Reviewed 23 January 2017

On a recent three week road trip taking in the entire island state of Tasmania the glittering culinary highlight of our experiences was without doubt Bushman's Cafe.
Whilst this may seem to many a surprising and incredulous choice it is nevertheless a sound and well founded decision.
Whilst the "cafe" itself is simply appointed and leans away from starched napery and lavish table decor the true champion of any great meal must surely be recognized as the fare which is sourced, prepared and presented by the kitchen, and it is here that Bushman's Cafe manages to trump city establishments such as Franklin (Hobart) and Stillwater (Launceston).
The menu at Bushman's Cafe is well thought out and offers a broad spectrum of feature ingredients cooked utilizing the full range of methods available to an experienced chef and his brigade. Throughout entrees, main courses and desserts the kitchen brigade an understanding and restraint in their preparations and presentations which bring together a sound knowledge of classical cooking methods with elements of modern gasronomic techniques.
The result is beautifully balanced dishes with a depth of flavour which resonates from the base ingredient and strikes a complimentary chord of harmony with the well chosen sauces and accompanying items on the plate.
I congratulate Steve and Leslie and their team both in the kitchen and front of house.
Bushman's Cafe presents the best of Tasmanian produce cooked with passion and care, presented with flair and at uninflated and reasonable prices.
A Beautiful Dinning Experience

Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Discerning-Dinning
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Reviewed 6 January 2017

Very large, comfortable room with view to the street and the water. A basic breakfast was left in the fridge for me. There are steep stairs to get to the room and the manager offered to take my suitcase up for me. I ate in their cafe/restaurant below and both the food, choice of local wines and service were outstanding.

  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled solo
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Thank Carolina G
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Reviewed 10 April 2016 via mobile

Dropped into this lovely cafe on our recent visit to Strahen. The weather was nasty & the fire was a very welcoming addition to the cafe. The food was delicious & the staff very friendly & helpful. Highly recommend a visit.

Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Gai B
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Reviewed 28 February 2016 via mobile

This is hidden gem in Strahan ... A must stay retreat . Situated in the heart of Strahan and walking distance to World Heritage Cruises,The Ship That Never Was play, Morrisons Saw Mill and Wilderness Woodworks with free parking for I house guests. You won't be disappointed... Rooms comfortable, well appointed and spotless!

Stayed: February 2016, travelled with friends
1  Thank Steve B
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