Post Office Hotel

We decided on having a pub meal for dinner and thought we would explore a bit further from where we live. After a small amount of research online we decided on the Post Office Hotel located in Coburg which is a few tram stops from home.

The pub has a nice and friendly family atmosphere, The bar and dining areas are spacious and they also have live music everyday.  All of the woodwork and furniture in the bar areas looked either brand new or recently refurbished.

Post Office Hotel

We only ordered main course. The menu does not have a huge amount of options but all of your standard pub meals like burgers, parmas, fish & chips etc.

We chose the Pan roasted Salmon with broccolini, shaved zucchini and fennel in pickled anchovy and dill dressing and Wagyu beef burger with lettuce, tomato, caramelised onions and gruyere.

Post Office Hotel-salmon

Salmon was cooked very well with crispy skin.  The meat tasted buttery and had lots of taste.  The salad is nice even though it’s a bit salty for me possibly originating from the anchovies.

Post Office Hotel-beef burger

The burger was tasty, the meat was juicy and the bread was nice and fresh.  The fries were just standard.

Overall the Post Office Hotel was a decent place to eat and would visit there again even just for a drink.  The food is slightly on the expensive side for a pub meal but also seems to be better quality than most.  Would recommend to anyone living around the Brunswick/Coburg area.

 

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