Black Cow Bistro

Restaurant and Cafe

Black Cow Bistro’s transformation of old Luck’s Butchery continues to honour its origins showcasing grass-fed, free-range, dry-aged, premium Tasmanian beef. Legislation in Tasmania against the use of artificial hormones, growth promotants and antibiotics in red meat production combined with Tasmanian graziers’ focus on free-range grass-fed cattle produces happy animals and superior quality meat.
A flexible menu and side dishes designed around fresh, local produce allow guests to create the dining experience they desire. Also sporting a well-priced wine list with a heavy emphasis on local Tasmanian wines with some full-bodied reds thrown in for good measure. An energetic atmosphere and friendly professional service complete the Black Cow offering.
Open 7 nights a week from 5:30 pm to late, reservations are essential, bookings can be made on our website.
Black Cow, the name, is a tribute to the Bos Genus… Historically the cow has been important to many cultures. It has been seen and worshipped as a symbol of contentedness, fecundity, the passive yet creative and generative powers of nature, patience, nourishment, abundance, fertility and equifinality.
It is also, of course, an excellent source of protein.


Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Dinner Disabled access available Free Wifi Fully licensed, No BYO Modern Australian Non Smoking Over $30 Private Dining Area Steak Steakhouse Wheelchair access

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