Top 10 Food Experiences
◊ If you want to taste MONA as well as see it, this is the place to try. Its a fusion of Art and Gastronomy- serving up a degustation menu with matching wines at The Source
◊ For connoisseurs of ocean fare, indulge your taste buds and all of your senses on another of Rob Pennicott’s experiences with the Tasmanian Seafood Seduction tour.
◊ The ultimate trendy bar in Hobart today, this venue on the water, serves up a modern Asian menu designed by Arakane Ikuei of ‘Iron Chef’ fame. Enjoy a cocktail at the Glass House.
◊ Named by Terry Durack amongst Australia’s top dozen restaurants, we recommend trying the Wood Fire Roasted Abalone and the Hanger Steak at Franklin
◊ Recently awarded as Australia’s Best Asian Restaurant for 2015 by Savour Australia (-an award you could have been forgiven for assuming would be won by a glittery rival in Sydney or Melbourne), this is high-end Chinese dining at its best. With an impressive winelist, enjoy lunch, dinner or ring ahead for weekend Yum Cha at the Me Wah
◊ Try the finest macarons, cakes, cookies, breads, ice creams and savoury sides- all baked to perfection in this award winning patisserie at Sweet Envy
◊ Take a cooking class for this gourmet ‘paddock-to-plate’ experience at The Agrarian Kitchen
◊ On the road down the Tasman Peninsula, stop over and indulge yourself on great food, shucked oysters and fine wines at the Bangor Wine and Oyster Shed
◊ Enjoy tapas and grill with a distinct Latin American flare, in the dark, edgy decor of one of Hobart’s most exciting new restaurants- on the waterfront at Frank
◊ Soak in the sights and sounds of Salamanca Square for breakfast lunch or dinner at this modern Australian restaurant infused with Spanish and Italian influence. Try the tapas small dishes along with your main at Smolt
“One can not think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
Virginia Woolf. A Room of One’s Own