Tony M. said: "If you want to experience a fine dining restaurant, with reasonable prices, this is the place to be. Their degustation menu is superb, and with a glass of wine you will never walk away still wanting to eat something…" read more »
- Bar & Brasseries, Bistros
- Free Off-Street
- Price Range:
- Moderate, $15 - $25
- Good For Groups:
- Good For Children:
- Beer, Wine, Spirits, Cocktails
- No BYO
- Wheelchair Accessible:
- Takes Reservations:
- Dietary Restrictions:
- Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Halal, Vegan, Vegetarian
- Meals Served:
- Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
- Payment Types:
- EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners
- Seating For:
- Outdoor Seating:
Reviews for Horse & Trap
2nd June 2014
Went with carnivore friends, and was delighted to find the lentil, pumpkin and cashew loaf, which was delicious. If this dish is fully vegan, Horse and Trap, say so in your menu! It was SOOO nice to have this great choice. Meat eaters very happy too. Very friendly service, and if is the 3rd menu in the last three months, keep it!
12th February 2014
We did quiz night at the Horse and Trap last night, what a crack up! The quiz master was so witty and funny, we will be back for sure!
Food was also great along with service. I had the lamb burger from the specials board but wish I had ordered the ribs as they looked amazing and so too did the fish and chips.
by Paula T.
23rd January 2014
I just had the tastiest sticky ribs I have ever had! Really needed to mention that so people will consider going out of their way for them. Keep up the great work chef!!
Staff that served us were friendly and fun, no orders screwed up and a great afternoon had by all. Cannot fault this local icon. Great pub food, atmosphere and service.
by Mark B.
3rd November 2013
Ate there last night prior to the All Around Town gig at The Powerstation. $18 for four small quesadillas by themselves on a plate. Looked more like an entrée to me. Way overpriced . $9.50 for a tap beer didn’t impress either
by Glenn T.
27th June 2013
Food and beers very good
19th March 2013
We have frequented the Horse and Trap over the years and have had no reason to complain until our last visit.
The service was so slow, and everything is overpriced, we had to wait half an hour for half a bowl of fries, that cost the best part of $10. We won’t be back again.Comment from Warren S. of Horse & Trap 19/03/2013
by Angela M.
12th January 2013
I love the Horse and Trap. I used to go the pub quizz every Tuesday night and would often order meals before the quizz. Have never experienced anything other than good service and great meals there. Most recently had dinner there a couple of months ago with my husband before heading to the Powerstation for a gig. I thoroughly enjoyed the salt and pepper squid so much that we went back with our teenage sons for dinner a few weeks later. As expected, we all enjoyed our meals. Thanks Horse and Trap. We’ll see you next time!
by Jess C.
23rd July 2012
Love the H & T. Great food, great beer, lovely atmosphere but agree that the staff have little interest in anything and are fairly robotic and blank – and I go there a lot…still, you don;t go for the staff chat everything else makes it worth it.
17th August 2010
Rubbish service, snooty bar tenders and the staff just seem to have no interest in you or your order. Bar got our drinks and entreés wrong 3 times (there was only 3 of us), so we paid and left. Beautiful decor, so hey, at least you’ve got one thing going.
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