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The small Asian style resto serves freshly made sushi but you can also order other Japanese dishes like Teriyaki, miso soup and other meals depending on the available produce and ingredient in the shop.
The Asian staff are friendly and polite and very helpful. The food is refreshingly good and the ambience inside is very calm despite the busy street outside.
Favorite Dish: I love my teriyaki beef while my boys love the sushi which uses fresh ingredients and local produce which we enjoy! We also like the miso soup.
Written Apr 15, 2013
Address: 17 Channel Hwy Kingston TAS 7050
Phone: (03) 6239 3700
This restaurant is unique as it has both Japanese and Malaysian food in the form of lovely and yummy sushi using fresh Tassie produce and also a variety of noodle dishes- mostly stir fries.
I love the fact the owner of the place is able to have a chat with us customers, he takes time to tell us about his restaurant and also make sure we are enjoying our food. It has generous servings and reasonable prices. The place is compact but nice enough and clean.
Favorite Dish: My favourite dish is actually the sushi as it uses fresh ingredients and local produce like the nice Australian salmon and tuna (for my son)- though I am allergic to salmon, I can see that the ingredients are fresh and my family really loves the sushi.
Some of the noodle dishes are not so attractive when you look at them but they are tasty enough. The Cook tends to overcook the vegies so not so attractive. Having said this, I like the rice noodles with the beef- like Char kwai teow style of Chinese noodles stir fry. I had a taste that my son ordered, it was really good and true to the taste of the original recipe I think.
As of the other noodles, they were a bit salty for my taste but filling enough.
Written Apr 15, 2013
Address: Main Road, Glenorchy
Phone: 03 6272 9138
Lovely place to unwind for travellers and locals alike at a reasonable price. Aside from their award winning pies and other food and goodies, the place is filled with lots of character.
There are loads of seating options, for all types of people- families included. There is a cosy log fire for hose cold winters and a ramp for disabled access.
They are also well stocked with basic staple foods- bread, milk, drinks, even newspapers. To top it all, they function as a post office where the locals in hard to reach places can pick up their mail and parcels. There are readily stamped envelopes and post cards so both locals and tourists can post their mail just outside the mailbox in front of the cafe.
A very useful part of the place is he Notice Board for that all important information on events, items/stuff for sale or stuff wanted to buy. Overall a great trading post located right across the river and the marina.
Favorite Dish: tasty scallop pies and lovely capuccino also chicken pies -they use fresh ingredients and serve crisp green salads with the pies..at $5 what a bargain!
Written Mar 10, 2013
Address: 4478 Huon Hwy Port Huon TAS 7116
This lovely resto/dining place sells western food, take away food but the lovely Vietnamese salad, spring rolls and other Asian dishes are dlectable. The Thai owner told us she is slowly introducing the locals to her cuisine. At the moment, she is happy to serve the more popular dishes that are sought after by tourists and locals alike- like the classic fish and chips of course!
It has scenic location, right across the Huon river in Franklin, a charming town.
Favorite Dish: Vietnamese salad, pork spring rolls were so good..using fresh ingredients, and she can make it hot or not so hot as you like your food to be. Also popular her are the oysters and other seafood, whatever is the fresh catch for the day.
Written Mar 10, 2013
Address: 3422 Huon Hwy Franklin TAS
Phone: 03) 6266 3328
Searching for some good food, thankfully the search wasn't long - Da Angelo was right across the street. It was always busy with locals, which is a good sign in my opinion that its deserving of its reputation.
The restaurant is in an old residential building, making its seating arrangements rather random and cozy. There's the stereotypical guys running the front door and kitchen and the girls running as servers. The linens on the tables and old photos on the walls gives it a nice original feel.
Favorite Dish: The food was excellent! It was the first time that I ever had a scallop calzone, which was delicious.
Written Feb 10, 2013
Address: 47 Hampden Road, Battery Point, Hobart
Phone: (03) 6223 7011
(Pseudo) African cuisine in Tasmania. That's a cruncher. The ambience of the place is colonial African, with a back section devoted to overflowing make-believe African foliage, hunting nets and spears and walls painted with exotic African beasts.
I have a feeling that kids would love the place more.
Open 7 day a week from 6pm.
Favorite Dish: The dishes are a mish-mash of make-believe African/International cuisines that came with exotic names. Unfortunately, the same creativity does not apply to the food. Don't get me wrong, they were pleasant enough but nothing outstanding that would make you leap out of your chair exclaiming "Dr. Livingstone, I presumed?"
They do have however, this novelty dessert called a "Boozy Ball" which is essentially a rum & chocolate ball served on a stick.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 89 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Australia
Phone: 61-3-6224 2929
This was an absolutely spectacular place to have lunch. About 15-20 minutes drive out of Hobart, definitely worth the trip. The inside of the restaurant has incredibly high ceilings, with retractable folding glass and timber doors all across one side looking out over the vineyards to the mountains. I would say that this was probably my favorite restaurant that we got to visit on our trip. Definitely go for lunch though, so you can see the gorgeous view.
Favorite Dish: The duck was absolutely fantastic. A fantastic cut of meat, very easy to eat with great accompaniments. Definitely my favorite dish not only of the meal, but of the whole trip! Yum!!! Funnily though, I wasn't a huge fan of the wine.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: On the road between Cambridge and Richmond
Phone: +61 (0) 3 6248 4484
Fresh local seafoods cooked to perfection - International dishes - accompainied by choice Tasmanian wines. Meals are are available for Non-Seafood lovers.
The restaurant is in an 1820's warehouse and has nostalgic nautical decor.
Price average compared to seafood restaurants in Hobart.
Favorite Dish: Favorite Dish: Mussels in White Wine and Garlic - served with cutlery but once the staff realised I knew how to eat mussles out came the bib and finger bowl - I even had other patrons doing the same thing!
Written Apr 1, 2011
Phone: +61 3 6234 1903
This place has a variety of food to satisfy the hungry or tired visitor. However the hot chocolate was recommended to us as it was Cadbury after all!
However, the hot chocolate we had was not as good as expected. But after more proddings from hubby, I found out that there are other flavours you can order- there's the dark, regular, etc. Apprarently he just copied the man before him who ordered the flaky chocolate one. It turned out that- flaky on top but too bland for my taste and just awfully sweet! So t he lesson, stick to the usual- regular chocolate drink!
You might ask, why didn't I get my drink? Well, I was at the hot food section getting chicken nuggets for my hungry boy! I had hot piping mushroom soup which satisfied my craving for something light but hot! So there! The other two boys were assigned to get the drinks. I got them pies and potato wedges as well.
Written Dec 28, 2009
Address: inside Cadbury Visitors Centre
A boat that sells takeaway seafood docked along other side of Victoria dock from Mures. There's a row of benches at the back where u can sit and look into the scenery of the dock and beyond.
Favorite Dish: Fish & Chips
Written Feb 10, 2008
Address: Victoria Dock
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