The Brewhouse has an on-site microbrewery which gives its visitors a great selection of local and imported beers – includng 17 beers on tap which ensures the beer is at it freshest, straight to the bar taps from the tanks. A comprehensive wine list is also available along with the usual spirits. My one complaint about the bar is how long it took for the bar staff to serve me even though the lines were extremely short for a typical city location. I am not a beer drinker so I didn’t try the beers but my friends highly recommended them. The beers on tap frequently change so it’s a good idea to keep popping back to taste test.
There is a great selection of large ‘pub style’ meals available on the menu so there is sure to be something to please all palates. I choose the chicken parmigiana and I was amazed that you could get a chicken that big!! It was your typical ‘chicken parmy’ and is guaranteed to satisfy and leaving you feeling extremely full. It may be called The Brewhouse but the food here plays second fiddle to none with a mixture of classical French technique and modern Australian cuisine.
Atmosphere: It was a fairly quiet night due to the freezing conditions but I would rate it a 5 on a summer night
Service: Bar service was extremely slow but meals came out quickly so I would say a 3
Price: Approx $20 for a main meal
Staff: Very friendly
Overall rating: 3.5 stars