Pasta Merchant from Launceston Opening hours
What are the opening hours of Pasta Merchant? When is Pasta Merchant open? Here you can find the answers to your questions. The opening hours for this place have been verified by several sources. So you can be sure that you won't arrive at closed doors. Current business hours may vary due to the pandemic.
The rating of this place is really good. Is is with 4.0 one of the best out there. In the ranking comments you maybe find special dates where opening times differ.
Just call the restaurant on (+61)363347077 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.
What a great find for my family after a busy day. Really good pasta takeout options, salad and dessert.
What a 'surprised' seafood marianna fettuccine with nearly no sauce and no seafood. Basically a plain pasta with minimal sauce and hardly found few shrimps in it. "Home made Pasta" taste no special too. Its super cheap but not edibale!
Launceston, 81 Brisbane Street, Launceston, TAS
Cafes, Coffee and Tea, Healthy Food, Vegetarian Friendly, australian, Gluten Free Options, restaurants
Music, tunes, haircuts, coffee, and one of the physicals locations from where you can collect tickets for Falls Festival (Marion Bay). <br> <br> Burn the candle at both ends.<br> Bite off more than he can chew<br> Carrying it too far.<br> <br> Just some of the proverbs that come to mind when I think of this place. It's gross to have haircuts near your food. I wouldn't choose it voluntarily. <br> The coffee bad too so what's the deal?<br> <br> Don't like the wait staff/hairdressers/baristas/people selling vinyl (they do it all) they are rude, not very kind. Sorry gor the negativity but it is not to my taste at all.
207 Invermay Rd | Shop 4, Invermay, Launceston, Tasmania 7248, Australia
Just popped in for a bite of lunch. Friendly staff, good coffee and warm place to sit. Not fine cuisine but reasonably priced and hubbie would recommend the all day Eggs Benedict. Lots of cake/slice options so a good place for a catch up in a part of town where options are a bit limited.
Cataract Gorge, Launceston, TAS, Australia
Modern Australian, tradamerican
Look is fantastic and the food is surprisingly good for a tourist cafe. We had eggs and bacon, bcbreakfast and pancakes with blueberry syrup. Pancakes were generous and the blueberry syrup was really good. Eggs and bacon cooked to perfection. The BC breakfast was with feta with feta, red-lete, relish and rocket - to which I added some bacon and gluten-free toast. Was all the Celis and Rote-Beete Relish in a good way. Gluten-free bread was a potato bread he seems to appear flat or fried - the only real mistake with the meal - would recommend for breakfast