Campbell Town, Tasmania
We've been to the north of Tasmania, and we've had plenty of meals in the south, but this time we stopped in the middle to enjoy a lunch at Zeps in Campbell Town. I ordered a steak sandwich, while Julianne ordered...wait for it...a Caesar Salad.
I did manage to snap a pic of the Caesar Salad in question, so here it is:
How did it taste? As Julianne put it, "the egg and the bacon were really good. The rest of it...was of a bit...meh." So she gave it 2 out of 4.
The ingredients were a standard affair: no chicken, anchovies or croutons. The lettuce was a little old, and the cheese was cheap. Julianne had a nasty suspicion the "home-made" dressing had a lot of cream in it, leaving Julianne feeling a bit "blurgh". 1½ out of 3.
Presentation was "a little ho hum". It wasn't the most appealing of Caesar Salads, but we have seen worse. ½ out of 1.
So we've got "meh", "blurgh", and "ho hum" so far. Let's see if things can improve with our last two categories.
Julianne did give 1 out of 1 mark for service, so there's a plus. This despite the waitress, when asked if the dressing was gluten free, replying "No - it has egg in it."
At $13, it wasn't the best value for money ever, but it was still in the realm of decent, so 1 out of 1 for value.
That, unfortunately, leaves the Caesar Salad at Zeps tied for last on our score list with a score of 6 out of 10.
So a little disappointing there, but Campbell Town is still worth a stop over on your way north or south across Tasmania, especially for the lolly and ice cream shop that is quite accurately named A Little Piece of Heaven.
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