From the road, a sign bluntly proclaims Steves Grill. However, this - and the restaurant's unassuming frontage - only serves to conceal the splendour within. This may explain why business was quiet during my visit, despite the breathtaking view of the Tamar River "tailrace" below, and the spring sunset playing out above it, visible through floor-to-ceiling windows. Decor is wisely kept to a minimum. The menu boasts a range of meat in styles to tempt those who like their food simple but tasty. Tasmanian salmon and seafood are cast in a supporting role beside the predictable steaks. Vegetarians might be disgruntled with the choice of chips, garlic bread or felafels, but may take consolation from the unlimited salad bar, and the fact that the sign warned them: "Steves Grill", as opposed to "Willows Lentil Nirvana". The prices are reasonable for a restaurant in such a stunning location. And for those who take advantage of the $15 mains (monday to thursday), the prices are reasonable full-stop. My dining party were impressed with the size and quality of their main meals: juicy steaks and scrumptious sausages. However, those of us who had envisioned generous helpings of salmon and seafood were surprised to discover that the entrees were only entrees, and the appetisers were merely appetisers. Still, many people may appreciate being able to order according their appetite and actually finish their meal; a welcome change from the "over-service/over-charge" routine. The staff were friendly, the salad bar was unchaperoned, and our meals arrived before the view became tiresome. If I lived in Tasmania, I would certainly return to Steves Grill to take in a panorama of nature's colours while feasting on dead animal flesh.