Food,  Travel

Top 3 places to eat in Hobart.

tasmania-06503 – Jack Greene

We didn’t actually eat a main meal, because we were so full on all the other food we’d been eating, but golly the mains looked good! We had the polenta crusted duck & wasabi cheddar arancini balls with a spiced plum dipping sauce and Tempura Huon valley mushrooms with plum & ginger dipping sauce. Seriously, the best mushrooms i’ve had in ages. It was quite crowded but had a great vibe. We sat upstairs in front of a live fire with a masculine woodland library feel.

WHERE: 49 salamanca place, Hobart, Tas, 7000

chinesefood02 – AWU Delicious Chinese

I popped in here on the Sunday I arrived and picked up a mixed Entree. I’d never had Duck Puffs before, but they are delicious! We ordered again to eat in room, and wasn’t disappointed. I am really fussy with my chinese food, and this went straight into #2 of my fave Chinese food EVER. The duck sang choy bao & lemon chicken were yummy! While we didn’t eat in store, the resturant was beautiful and smelt delicious.

WHERE: Hobart Shop 1, 15 Hunter Street, Hobart 7000.

mures00101 – Mures – Upper Deck

While the lower deck was great (hello Oyster Bar!), the upper deck was an experience to remember! Easily one of my top 3 dining expreiences EVER. This was fine dining!

  • Oysters – Vodka & Lime, Mures smoked ocean Trout & Caviar, Wakake, Kilpatrick.
  • Morton bay bugs, wrapped in honey bacon, Asian garlic salad, garlic, chilli & lime butter.
  • Grilled sardines, toasted bruschetta, tomato, basil & green olive salsa.
  • The main was a Salmon special, wrapped in prosciutto, with a mushroom risotto.
  •  Tasmanian poached pear.

Their house cider was amazing! It was like fireworks going off in my mouth! It’s a bit on the pricey side, but SO worth it! So so so worth it!

WHERE: Victoria Dock, Hobart TAS, Australia