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Foodies - This is why you need to visit Hobart, Tasmania

Discover the wining and dining hubs with our guide on places to eat in Hobart.

When you visit Tasmania you simply cannot leave without sampling the best local produce, drinks and cuisines on offer. Consider your Hobart eating and drinking guide sorted with this list of some of the standout Hobart restaurants and Hobart cafes.

North Hobart Cafes

If you want to start the day right and find some of the best breakfast in Hobart, take a stroll up Elizabeth Street to North Hobart. This bustling foodie hub is home to some of the most impressive breakfast Hobart has to offer. 
Berta – 323a Elizabeth Street, North Hobart
Can’t start the day without eggs? You’ll love breakfast at Berta. Berta’s got some great options to choose from, including a dedicated section on the menu for egg dishes. 
Try the Japanese rolled omelette with sake mushrooms, spring onion, kewpie mayo, okonomiyaki sauce and miso toast or the pulled pork sweet potato hash, crispy onion rings, spinach, poached eggs and Cajun hollandaise. If egg isn’t your thing, you’ll find plenty of other yummy brekkie options to satisfy your morning cravings. 
Born in Brunswick – 410 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart
For a brunch spot worthy of some serious Instagram bragging, Born in Brunswick is a hot contender. Dishes are beautifully constructed and use local produce, making for a unique, modern and drool-worthy brunch. 
Treat your tastebuds to wallaby, leek and cornichon aranchini with cured venison, black garlic, bush tomato and fermented spring onion sauce or indulge in a spiced hotcake with whipped sweetened matcha, fresh, fermented and poached fruits, grapefruit curd and roasted seeds and nuts. 

Waterside Dining

Explore the city waterfront and refuel at one of these Hobart wharf and pier dining destinations. 
Frank Restaurant & Bar – 1 Franklin Wharf, Hobart
Perched on Hobart’s Franklin Wharf you’ll find Frank. This foodie hotspot fuses South American food and a little modern Aussie flair for ultimate satisfaction. Dishes are designed to share so order big and enjoy sampling a wide variety of flavours, such as sopaipillas (fried pumpkin bread), empanadas and loads of chargrilled meats and veggies. Wash it all down with one of Frank’s specialty cocktails. 
Aloft – Pier One, Brooke Street, Hobart
Working with small producers and the changing seasons, Aloft provides visitors with a distinctly local dining experience. Perched on the top floor of the Brooke Street Pier, expect stunning waterfront views to accompany your meal. 
Ordering a banquet is an excellent choice, and no matter whether you’re vegetarian, pescetarian, vegan or a meat lover, you’ll find a menu to suit. 

Salamanca Restaurants

Some of the greatest restaurants in Hobart are located in Salamanca, which you may know for the famous Salamanca market. Market aside; here is some of Salamanca’s dinner winners. 
Cargo Bar Pizza Lounge – 51 Salamanca Place, Battery Point
Cargo is one of the most popular Salamanca restaurants. Relaxed vibes and casual tapas style eats make for a great night out in this bustling pocket of the city. If you want to try something new, order off Cargo’s Deluxe Pizza menu. Flavours including hoi sin duck and seafood paella pizza! Otherwise you’ll find all your favourite pizza toppings, yummy platters for sharing and a long list of sundaes for dessert (ideally not shared!). Get in early to beat the crowds. 
Rockwall Bar & Grill – 89 Salamanca Place, Hobart
The rustic interior and modern Australian eats found at Rockwall Bar and Grill really are a beautiful match. The team at Rockwall take pride in providing classy, yet casual cuisine in a relaxed environment. Try the Barassi eye fillet steak or Huon Tasmanian salmon with sides, followed by a Turkish delight panna cotta or smashed meringue to finish.   

Cellar Doors & Bars

Tassie’s got a pretty impressive and fast growing beer, wine and spirits industry. There’s no better way to wind down than to drop into one of the city cellar doors and bars that stock local concoctions. Here’s one of our favourites:
Lark Distillery Cellar Door and Whisky Bar – 14 Davey Street, Hobart
Sip on some of the state’s top spirits, beer and wine on your visit to Lark Distillery. While the Lark team are celebrated in their own right for their whisky mastery, they also have a wide range of other local and imported whiskies to choose from. Pick your poison from a list overflowing with options – over 150 bottles of malt whisky to be precise. Friday night is a great time to visit to enjoy live music, food trucks and lively weekend vibes.

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