Discover the best restaurant in St Helens, Australia including Bay Bar & Bistro, Trimboli's Pizzas, Skippers Floating Eatery, Banjo's St Helens, St Helens Bakery, St. Helens R.S.L. Ex-Servicemen's & Citizens Club, Coffee Away, The Lifebuoy Cafe & Quail Street Emporium, Lease 65, Bayside Inn
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4 based on 81 reviews
Had lunch here and the place was almost empty so it was lovely and quite and had great views over the water. The steak was well cooked and the seafood platter for one was huge. The cook was really flexible and happy to swap the oysters for prawns and cook some other parts of the seafood platter without cream. This platter has enough food on it that 2 people could share it for lunch. Would recommend this place if you are looking for somewhere to eat at St Helens.
4 based on 365 reviews
We picked up our pizzas and garlic bread and I'm glad we didn't eat in as the place seems bereft of atmosphere. Our food was nice, but there was nothing special about it.
4 based on 280 reviews
Floating Seafood Eatery Step aboard a unique floating fish shop, specialising in fresh local fish, lobsters, oysters, scallops and prawns. Fish and chips, burgers, salads and wraps are all made to order by our friendly crew.
We visited the Skippers on a recent trip to St Helens and the experience was worth the visit.The Skippers is moored overlooking the bay ,simple but nice the staff are very friendly and welcoming.On advise we ordered the Captains plate a selection of seafood and it was delicious followed by 2 lots of the best Oysters I have even eaten ,had 1 lot and had to have enother.We really had a good time at the Skippers and when we where leaving i asked if they could call me a taxi as my legs where not operating ,about 5 mins later they told me it was about to arrive we went outside and one of the ladies from Skippers pulled up and told us she was taking us.I would like to Thank Anita,Kandra,Sandra,Ashley and Sean for there hospitality,service and for a graet time WELL DONE
4 based on 140 reviews
I am the owner of this business and it currently isn't listed with Trip Advisor. I am also the owner of Banjo's Huonville (which is listed) and several other bakeries which I would like listed with Trip Advisor. I will now send several similiar messages with the details of each bakery. My email is [email protected] Is it possible to have all the bakeries set up under the one Management Centre? Kind Regards Mark Maumill
On our tour of Tassie we had come to rely on the Banjo's Bakery chain for decent coffees and food - we were not disappointed in St. Helens!...consistently good coffee, delicious cakes and pies (can recommend the scallop pies) and pleasant, efficient service - what more could you wish?
4 based on 132 reviews
Opposite Banjos on the main street, but much nicer.
It’s been about 10 years since I last had a scallop pie from this bakery, so I was excited. My scallop pie knowledge is get in to a bakery before morning smoko as pies and scallops will be fresh. Unfortunately It was late afternoon and they had to warm one up for me . Annnd the curry was gluggy and only just warm . Damn , but the taste was there . My advice get in early !
3.5 based on 103 reviews
Come along and enjoy any day or night of the week at the local RSL Club. Members, guests and visitors are welcome to enjoy a drink or meet friends and family in our Bar, Lounge and Dining Room. Keno, Gaming Room, UBet are also available to those who like to have a flutter. Happy hours every Monday, Wednesday, Friday nights and Sunday afternoon Meat tray raffles Wednesday and Friday nights and monster meat tray raffle Saturday afternoon. Fully air conditioned for your comfort. Visitors are welcomed. Located in the centre of town with free car parking available off Bowen Street.
After unsuccessfully getting a table in other venues we were faced with home for a meal or the RSL, given we were already out and about we opted for the RSL.
We ordered and then after a very long time, we noticed that the food was randomly being sent out of the kitchen to tables.
After waiting an HOUR to receive our food I went to not complain but ask how long our order would be. The waitress was just brilliant, she was friendly and although not her fault our meal was over an hour to get served she was nevertheless apologetic.
The kitchen staff said that they were unexpectedly busy so the meals were late however, the RSL was only a quarter full ! how can that be busy, if you're not even half full!
The food was nice, we had to send one meal back because it got cold but all in all the meals were nicely average, pity about the absurd waiting time. From our perspective, the kitchen staff had NO system thus meals were randomly sent out.
I received a meal but after the others at our table still not having their meals served my meal went cold whilst I was waiting for theirs to be served, hence, the randomness of the kitchen system (or no system)
The next night we went to the local hotel which was full, yet we got meals, and lovely meals within 20 minutes!
Your staff need a system or you will surely lose customers, you've lost us, that's for sure.
As mentioned, brilliant, just brilliant waitresses and the food was nicely average, just the absurd wait time of an hour to get a meal.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
I asked in town where the best coffee was and this was the place....well, I did not try anything else but the coffee was just ok. Not strong enough for me, too milky as it can be in small towns. Suggest you ask for an extra shot if you want it to be really coffee
4.5 based on 240 reviews
My daughter and I stopped here for coffees and what we were served could not remotely be described as coffee! Very, very disappointing, given all the hype about the place, which I thought was actually quite shabby and cluttered - perhaps that is the "look" they are cultivating? The staff appeared rushed and harassed - not up to the standard of service we had experienced on our tour of Tassie so far - definitely not worth a return visit!
5 based on 43 reviews
As you travel out of St Helens to get to Binalong Bay, be sure to drop by this gem. Oysters at $15 a dozen - good value. Fresh and plump - good to take home or picnic as there are no eating facilities there
3.5 based on 53 reviews
We were a bit concerned turning up to St Helen's early in the week and finding very little open besides takeaway shops. Were very grateful to come across the Bayside Inn. The staff were kind and friendly and even though they had run out of the vegetarian curry the night before, the chef kindly made me a chicken pasta sans chicken, which hit the spot beautifully after a long drive from Hobart.
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