55 Results in category Modern Australian
Hospitality staff have to train somewhere and what better place than their own restaurant! There might be the occasional glitch, but all in all you’ll have a great meal here. The prices are low, the menu varied and tasty, and the students work hard.
Alexander’s Restaurant is dining at it’s finest, located in one of Hobart’s premier heritage hotels Lenna’s. They boast an impressive wine list and a superb seasonal Modern Australian menu. Open for breakfast and dinner, bookings recommended.
Open for breakfast and dinner, Market Square is a great restaurant that serves a seasonal menu featuring local ingredients. Located on the ground floor of The Sebel Launceston, enjoy a casual meal whilst browsing an extensive Tasmanian wine list.
One of the most exclusive hotels in Hobart, Henry Jones Art Hotel serves incredible dishes that could be a work of art. Fine dining at it’s best, they use local produce to reimagine classic dishes, that will leave your tastebuds tingling for more.
Step back in time and dine at Baltimore Restaurant, located within the Old Burnie Railway Station. Enjoy the friendly service, and an international menu boasting robust flavours and local produce. This is a unique restaurant that must be experienced.
For an Italian and Spanish influenced menu, try Smolt. The menu is extensive; the dishes using the freshest local produce available. They are reasonably priced, with fantastic service and an extensive wine list. Book ahead if dining for dinner.
Located within the Quality Hotel Gateway, La Pomme is a restaurant that offers a menu featuring the best of Tasmanian produce. With a wide wine beer, and cider list, you’ll find something for everyone at a reasonable price. Try the Coconut Prawns.
The service is fantastic at Risby Cove. Sit at the edge of the water and watch the world go by, whilst enjoying a delicious menu featuring the best of local and Tasmanian produce. The dishes are modern and inventive, and reasonably priced.