Lots of restaurants make a big deal of sourcing local ingredients but it’s not common to find one that uses them so inventively – enter Franklin Hobart. Tasmania is noted for excellent produce – seafood, [Read more...]
While Elizabeth Street runs throughout Hobart’s central business area, the northern end marks the start of its best wine and food experiences. There are loads of restaurants, cafes and bars and one of the biggest [Read more...]
Since entrepreneur David Walsh unleashed the extraordinary Mona on the world, the quiet city of Hobart has been transformed. The Tasmanian capital was pretty much on the map for two things previously; the end of [Read more...]
The chef/owners of Fico Hobart describe their offering as bistro-meets-fine-dining. It’s certainly a fun-looking place with quirky art, dramatic lighting and a small modern Italian menu that reads well. Hobart seems to be a place [Read more...]
Having a strong concept is a good way of differentiating a restaurant in a crowded market. We headed to Pure South Melbourne, in the Southgate shopping complex on the south side of the Yarra River, [Read more...]
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