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Viking pork cutlet, with pomme puree, fried leeks, broccolini, truss tomatoes and smoked beer cheddar.
A taste of Southern USA awaits diners at the Commonwealth Hotel on Union Street in Cooks Hill. This historic hotel built in 1882 is a Newcastle institution and its restaurant, The Commo, is a locally loved eatery serving gluten-free and vegan fare in style, whether dining indoors among exposed brick and softly glowing lights, or alfresco in the beer garden where hanging ferns add a splash of happiness. Kick back with a cold brew and chow down on seven-spiced squid, served with lemon and Asian dipping sauce; or salivate over crispy seafood rice pilaf - barramundi, mussels and prawns in a rich Italian sauce, with cheesy garlic bread and side salad. Steak lovers can slice into perfectly cooked tomahawk, topped with garlic butter, grilled prawns, with sides of wedges, salad and garlic sauce.
35 Union Street, Cooks Hill 2300 NSW - See Map
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Seats: 110 Chef: Aaron House and Phil Pearce