Places to Eat in Tasmania

Tasmania is known for its fresh, locally sourced cuisine, with a range of restaurants, cafes, and markets offering a variety of dining options. Here are some places to eat in Tasmania:

    The Agrarian Kitchen - This award-winning restaurant in New Norfolk offers a menu of seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, with a focus on wood-fired cooking and slow food techniques.

    Franklin - This Hobart restaurant is known for its innovative menu of modern Australian cuisine, with a range of vegetarian and meat dishes made from locally sourced ingredients.

    The Source - Located at the MONA art museum in Hobart, The Source offers a range of modern Australian cuisine with a focus on fresh and seasonal ingredients. The restaurant also features an extensive wine list and stunning views of the River Derwent.

    Stillwater - This Launceston restaurant is located in a historic 1830s flour mill and offers a menu of modern Australian cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant also features an extensive wine list and a range of craft beers.

    Salamanca Market - Held every Saturday in Hobart's historic Salamanca district, the Salamanca Market offers a range of local produce, food stalls, and artisanal products. It's a great place to sample Tasmanian specialties such as fresh seafood, artisanal cheeses, and locally made chocolates.

    The Wharf - This restaurant in Ulverstone offers a range of fresh seafood dishes made from locally caught fish and shellfish. The restaurant also features stunning views of the Leven River and Bass Strait.

These are just a few examples of the many places to eat in Tasmania. Whether you're looking for fine dining, casual eats, or fresh local produce, Tasmania has something to offer for every taste and budget.

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