The Marrawah Tavern is like taking a trip back in time to when pubs were actually pubs. The days when your meals were substantial and the service efficient and coupled with friendly banter. The days when the cosiness of a fireplace warms your limbs as you sit in a comfortable chair, your appetite growing as aromas waft from the nearby kitchen. The trip to Marrawah Tavern is worth the drive. The beautifully decorated dining room, adorned with historic memorabilia, is the place to be for such an experience. Open for lunch and dinner every day, bookings are recommended to assure you a table. The menu is bountiful with seafood, including crayfish, and the tavern’s famous Cape Grim steaks that have been likened to a ‘Fred Flintstone style’. As well as a set menu, including vegetarian options, there are daily specials that also include roasts of the day. All meals contain fresh ingredients that are sourced locally and many accompaniments are made on site. A lovely range of beverages is available, including Tasmanian wine and beer. The Marrawah Tavern also welcomes and caters for children with highchairs and a special menu.