A relative newcomer on the Hobart dining scene, this eating place has already earned an awesome reputation. As you enter the takeaway counter ... More
A relative newcomer on the Hobart dining scene, this eating place has already earned an awesome reputation. As you enter the takeaway counter dominates, but further into the restaurant are dining spaces concluding with a teppanyaki table suitable for groups of four and more. The six-course teppanyaki is AUD35 per person and it is essential to book ahead. At the other end of the scale, takeaway food is cheap and exquisitely presented. Should neither of these suit, a superb range of other Japanese dishes are cooked to order. Beers and sakes are available, or you can bring your own wine.
This innovative restaurant, Cornelian Bay Boathouse Restaurant is just a short drive from the center of town. Overlooking picturesque heritage
boat sheds, the restaurant allows you to dine near the company of black swans, sea birds and scullers. The ...
Located on the Harrington Street hill, this little cottage has been serving Indian food in Hobart for some time now.
The Georgian cottage has been cleverly transformed into a true touch of the Raj. As the name suggests, Tandoor ...
Bright yellow and red signage shouts the name so it is hard to miss. It is not fancy, but it
is cheap, and travellers will find economical sustenance. Functional laminate and glass with a serving counter shows what is ...