State of Tasmania Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by sirgaw
  • Restaurants
    by sirgaw
  • Restaurants
    by sirgaw

State of Tasmania Restaurants

  • Mures Seafood Restaurant

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Hobart Restaurants

    This Place was highly recommended -made a reservation and it the was MOST DISAPPOINTING part of my whole stay in Tasmania --Food was of the poorest quality serving size was small -Fries were greasy and the shrimp and scallop combo meal served on the UPPER DECK where the food is supposed to be alot betten the downstairs was terrible had no flavor -...

  • Great seafood

    The Drunken Admiral is an iconic restaurant in Hobart,it has been operating since 1979 and is still as popular as ever.It is renowned for it's fresh seafood but offers dishes such as steak for non-seafood eaters.The atmosphere is just wonderful with maritime memorabilia in every nook and cranny.My husband and I go there every time we visit family...

  • Soup - encore please!

    Whilst deliberating whether or not to go up in a sightseeing plane we ventured across the road to this attractive looking restaurant and, after a menu surveillance, chose the soup. Vegetable as I recall.While we waited we could view the bay and tourist activity of waterfront windblown Strachan, a somewhat normal condition for this part of the...

  • Great view of the Tamar valley

    Visit Rosevears Estate and sample their wine and friendly service. We also had lunch at the restaurant (dinner was not available then but they hoped to offer it in the future). There is also accommodation.We had the chardonnay tasting plate - a small piece of Atlantic slamon with peach, pear and chardonnay reduction; mushroom and beetroot risotto,...

  • Fish & Chips!

    I lurve the fish and chips here! Absolutely delicious! It is located at the Sullivan cove and it overlooks the consitution dock. If the weather is not so chilly, sit outside and enjoy the evening view. What can i said? Battered Fish & Chips. =)

  • Fine Dining Aussie style!

    For fine dining in Tasmania you can't go past Daniel Alps at Strathlynn. Daniel Alps, one of Tasmania's top chefs, prides himself on the quality of his ingredients sourced form local and organic suppliers. There is a choice of meat and seafood and vegetarian and srpcial dietary needs are catered for.Your meal is supplemented by wine from Pipers...

  • Drunk with Admirals?! - Hic!

    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. Mussels in White Wine and Garlic - served with cutlery but once...

  • On the water in Launceston

    Walk the gorge and have lunch here. There is a lovely view of the river towards the gorge. Grilled prawns with lemongrass risotto and grilled Trevalla, sauteed new poratoes and cucumber. Good service but extra charged for credit cards.

  • Worth the drive - south of Hobart

    We ate in the bar but there is a lovely restaurant downstairs and an open plan kitchen. Plus a shop/deli. Great food - Mussel in chilli and chorizo, Scallop & Salmon Pie, just two of the dishes available. Book or on a weekend get there early to get a table.

  • Great Greek with entertainment

    We were there on a Saturday night. The service and food were excellent but we also got Greek entertainment!

  • Best views, best food, best price

    Angasi has the most amazing views of the beautiful Bay of Fires. It is situated in the little town of Binalong Bay just north of St Helens. The ambiance of the restaurant is also great, but the best part is the food, it was really good value and also the nicest food we have ever had. It was all extremely fresh quality local ingredients and dont...

  • As the example says - Don't miss the...

    Rosemarie and I had been lamenting how the quality of food wasn't quite as good as our previous visit when we had been so impressed generally.Rosemarie had left early and was home a fortnight before I caught the Tasmanian Princess home and, early on the day of my departure I rode past a place with a $10 special on fish and chips with drink and...

  • Country cooking

    When it comes to rustic, this place is the definition. Sandwiched on the bank of a stream between it and the main road this place looks hand built and is. A ramshackle wooden house converted into an arts and crafts eating establishment. Where else do you walk through the kitchen to get to your table? Outside, atop the grassy riverbank there's a...

  • Cool Cafe

    What a find. Because we arrived early in the morning from the Spirit of Tasmania...and it was Good Friday...there was hardly anything opened...and we found this place. This was on the road from Devonport to Swansea via Coles Bay. There's an area called Elephant Pass...and this place was located right off the road. They have a ton of you...

  • Overlooking Bay of Fires

    what a cool spot. It's a restaurant on top of the hill...right off the main road which overlooks bay of fires. It has a cool atmosphere...with a trendy spin...and the food looked great. We were headed back home...and didn't have time to stop...but they have takeaway...if you want to take something for a picnic on the beach...

  • Great Breakfast

    If you're going to Lake St. Clair do stop in Derwent Bridge if you're hungry! The portion here are huge! Went there for breakfast and it was one of my best on the whole trip!!!!The Café belongs to the local petrol station so don't expect a great interior. Pancakes with blueberries :).

  • Feeding a Family

    The Saloon bar in this pub is a big family restaurant (which becomes a night club later in the evening). The meals are hearty and cheap. We fed a family of four for $37 australian. Seafood basket- good quantity of nicely cooked seafood with chips. A real winner for the kids.

  • Seafood Challenge

    Decent Ambience, was quiet on the night we visited. Seafood Platter for 2WARNING: On the menu it say that its for 2, but what it really means is that it is for 2 Sumo wrestlers. I have never had so much seafood in 1 meal, the waitress was truly amazed when we managed to finish it (don't ask me how we did it) :DNote: the picture only shows half of...

  • Best white wine sauce I have ever had.

    Easy to miss this small, unassuming house in the town of Bicheno. On Danjiela's (owner of the Hideaway, see hotel tips) recommendation, we found ourselves the only customers on a cold autumn night. We were shivering from cold but the chef's warmth and scallop au gratin soon saw to that. The Travella with white wine sauce proved to be unforgettable;...

  • The Northwest: Stanley's very own Nut...

    My group took a day-tour via Tiger Wilderness Tours from Launceston to the northwest corner of Tasmania. The name of the place cracked me up! It is actually more of a coffeehouse+grocery+bakery+souvenir shop. It is within "The Nut" Reserve and mainly provides a welcome stop for visitors to "The Nut". My group made a quick stop here for drinks and...

  • Smell the Flowers!!

    I like the surroundings of this restaurant. It's perched on top of the Royal Tasmania Botanic Gardens & it has a lovely view of this Botanic Gardens and you can even see the Tasman Bridge.


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