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:
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
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
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
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
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