Winston Hills Hotel
Inside, the Winston Bar has a decidedly upmarket hotel look, but again, it's a friendly casual vibe. The beauty of the Winston is that they have maintained the warmth of a great pub, but brought it into the 21st century.
While drinkers comes in droves on weekend nights, the rest of the week and Sundays are suitable for families or couples after a quiet bevy.
There's a good range of white and reds by the glass, ranging from $5 to $9 dollars. Don't expect anything too daring on the wine list; however, they do seem to be more adventurous when it comes to the bubbles. The cocktails are well made, if not a little pricey, and there is a great range of beers on tap, and the imported beers are well represented too.
A good all rounder that keeps the locals and drop-ins very happy indeed.
Rachel Cook, May 2010
November 05, 2009
Nice atmospehere food looks great but ive eaten there 3 times and the foo dwasnt that good there Diane sauce is the weirdest diane sauce ive ever tasted it was disgusting. Managment are rude staff are unprofessional other than that aslong as ur just drinking its a great place.
August 20, 2010
I thought the food there was great. Meals are around $20-$25. Restaurant quality.
October 29, 2010
love the atmosphere...but menu could certainly do with a change ...it hasn't changed since the pub was revamped.A little expensive for pub food......would love to see a b'bq as we thought was going to appear.Gt pub
November 20, 2010
Generally a very good feed. Not a great 'late hours' place. Your in a TAB room later at night, bit like a chook pen.