St. Albi Bar & Eatery Reserve table

49 Albert Road, Moonah, Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
1330 Reviews 4.3

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Opening hours

Monday 12:00 - 22:00

Tuesday 12:00 - 22:00

Wednesday 12:00 - 22:00

Thursday 12:00 - 22:00

Friday 12:00 - 22:00

Saturday 12:00 - 22:00

Sunday 12:00 - 22:00




3.5 /5 Rating average

Had a group function in its semi-private area upstairs here. The food was incredible and was a sweet little place with a little rustic warehouse. The service personnel was very friendly, but a bit slow

5 /5 Rating average

Went here for my birthday with the family to collect a total of 8 people. Service great, pleasant and warm environment and the food was spectacular. While the presentation could have been a little better, the taste, the portion size and how excellently the meals actually rupture the rating from the park. Grief Grief This place is great for the steak, whether the wagyu or the hull, both were perfectly prepared, I would recommend the coffee sprinkle for the steak. The lampships were great and had a great taste and look at them. While the seafood curry does not provide aesthetically 10/10 brands, it was definitely one of the best tasting circuits I've ever had, thick, creamy and loaded with fresh seafood. Grief This is definitely a place where I can barely expect to sweep.

4 /5 Rating average

Another trip to the burbs for a fine meal as always from Susie and the crew! Grief If you feel like a night in a great restaurant with a high quality and attentive staff, St. Albi is the place to eat. Grief Grief Embedded in a factory in Moonah, Albert Rd we had a complete meal. Grief We chose an array to oysters and the wrench cranes godfather, all were extraordinary, I followed this with the pork rack, which was cooked perfectly and pretty big. Grief Lis had the quail as a main cloth and rated this very much. Grief We enjoyed a Freycinet Riesling with our main course and a Frogmore Pinot with the network. Grief The service was smooth and efficient. Grief RECOMMEND

5 /5 Rating average

A great night when a Melbournit this place is at home. Very different than anything else we were in Hobart. Great atmosphere and food too. We had the Wagu Scotch filet and the Cajun fish. Both were beautiful.

3.5 /5 Rating average

Great atmosphere (industrial meets dainty), attentive service, trendy place for lunch. Initially one thinks it might be too dark for lunch but you soon submerge into the concrete surroundings. I have been here for multiple lunches & highly recommend the entree squid. I also had eye fillet (which was fine, tad more medium than med-rare). Only drawback is the price, which makes it a special occasion place rather than somewhere I would go for a catch up lunch. A special lunch time menu would be ideal.

3 /5 Rating average

Really nice eating space, industrial style polished concrete with quality fittings, and accessories. Acoustics excellent, Entree - didn't quite get the mix right, disjointed, disappointing and expensive 'tasting' plate for two. Four thick slices of quality salami, served with a large bowl of tomato relish? Two oysters drowned in a thin bath of Japanese style sauce. Spanner crab pate tasty but suspiciously creamy. We ordered this dish to taste the house made pickled onions which were absent from the plate. This dish came with some nice pita bread. Mains - an ordinary pub quality Porterhouse steak, with stodgy potatoes which were far from crispy, and were pretty short on the duck fat. Jus to dress, was a strange thick, gravy looking accompaniment. Side salad of rocket and pear was lovely, the highlight of the meal really. Staff very attentive on a Monday night, maybe even a little too much. Overall disappointing, expensive, yet ordinary food which lacked finesse.

2 /5 Rating average

The service is fine, the food is fine. But this is Hobart, and it is winter. For the second time, I have been to St Albi's with a group, and the group has been cheerfully directed to a freezing cold garage-like room, with three out of four inadequate heaters working. I, and others were arranged along banked seating with our backs to a "wall" consisting of widely spaced thin planks, with the gaps having nothing to hold off the freezing outside air. I left early because I was too cold despite having a thick woollen jumper on. If you are booking, make sure you will not be allocated a space in their outside room, with its permanently open large door. Brrrrrrr.

5 /5 Rating average

Service was fantastic and very friendly. I have some very difficult food allergies and the chefs were great and so accomodating. We had half dozen oysters, a quail, and two steaks and a bottle of wine and it came to $180 so I didn't think it was particularly overpriced it's basically on par with what we expected . Atmosphere great - everything was great . Big serving sizes , I wasn't able to finish mine even though it was delicious My boyfriend thought his steak was slightly over cooked but he didn't say anything to the staff. I'm sure that if he had they would have very happily made him a new one. Really great place , pretty swanky - I'll definitely be returning