Food & Drinks

Food & Drinks

One of the many things to appreciate about Tasmania is the quality of its fresh produce. You would expect a place known as “the Apple Isle” to produce fruit in abundance, and Tasmania does that. However, small-scale, boutique-style farmers now produce a lot more than fruit. Fresh ingredients from Tasmania satisfy demand from interstate and international restaurants, and also from the local market. Of course you can see for yourself, here is a list of restaurants for you to choose from:

1. Moorilla
Moorilla was established in 1958 by Italian-Australian former textile merchant Claudio Alcorso. Today, one of the finest wineries in Tasmania.
655 Main Road, Berriedale, Hobart, 7011

2. Lark Distillery
Lark is an Australian single malt whisky, proudly unique in character and style, crafted in small batches exclusively from pure Tasmanian ingredients
14 Davey Street, Hobart, 7000

3. The Wicked Cheese Company
Wicked Cheese is a boutique cheesemaker, based in Richmond. There you can not only taste and buy their hand-made cheese, but enjoy a light lunch or snack.
1238 Richmond Road, Richmond, 7025

4. Monty's on Montpelier
Monty’s on Montpelier is situated at the top of Montpelier Retreat and is one of Hobart's finest restaurants.
37 Montpelier Retreat, Battery Point, 7004

5. Machine Laundry Cafe
A small cafe in the corner of Salamanca Square and one of the best places to have an amazing breakfast and enjoy Salamaca at the same time.
12 Salamanca Square, Battery Point, 7004

 

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