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Stillwater Restaurant

  • Stillwater Restaurant
  • Stillwater Restaurant
  • Stillwater Restaurant

Stillwater Restaurant established in 2000, housed in an 1830’s flour mill by the banks of kanamaluka/Tamar River focuses on local produce with exceptional service. Stillwater has been highly regarded since it opened its doors in October 2000 and has received many accolades both national and state. Some of the proudest moments include Renault Haute Cuisine Best Restaurant Award in 2001 to being awarded a hat in the Good Food Guide two years in a row in 2018 and 2019, the only northern restaurant to be listed in the prestigious guide alongside the sister venue Black Cow Bistro.

Stillwater offers breakfast and lunch 7 days and dinner Tuesday – Saturday. With almost entirely local produce used the seasons will dictate what may end up on the plate including the quality and availability of the produce. The kitchen team have a close relationship with suppliers with communication going both ways with some producers asking what can they plant that we’d like to use.

Stillwater provides professional, yet humble service tailored to the guest's needs. The team prides itself on being knowledgeable and being able to take you on a journey, whether that’s explaining where the Cape Grim water is from and all about the ‘Rain farmer’ or where the carrots are grown and harvested, to the Chef’s interpretation of perhaps a classic dish using local produce.

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(03) 6331 4153


2 Bridge Road, Ritchies Mill, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250

  • Facilities
  • Cuisine
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining
  • Bar
  • Carpark
  • Non Smoking
  • Private Dining Area
  • Suitable for Functions
  • Takeaway Available
  • Waterside Dining
  • Actively welcomes people with access needs
  • Modern Australian