Bayside Meats is a specialist retailer in Lower Sandy Bay that always has something of interest in the enticing display fridges. We are very lucky in Hobart to have four excellent meat retailers that ensure that if we want a particular cut of meat then we know that one of […]
Shake a Leg Jr is a very good café serving excellent coffee (try the High Beam blend) and tasty pastries (Pigeon Whole Bakery, of course) in Moonah which is an outer suburb of Hobart where many young hipsters are moving to take advantage of slightly more affordable housing. The café […]
Strelleyfield is a producer of free range ducks run by a former chicken farmer, Matthew Crane. We first came across Matthew at the Farm Gate Market which is held every Sunday morning in Hobart. We were impressed with the firmness of the flesh (from being free range), we liked the […]
♥♥ Stillwater Restaurant has been a stalwart of the Launceston restaurant scene for many years. They have maintained their impeccable standards of food and service over this period and walking in there now you still feel the energy that is a hallmark of this place. During that time it has […]
The Freycinet Marine Farm has been operating for almost 20 years now. You can visit here to purchase oysters to eat at one of the outside tables or to take away. But there is more than just oysters. This simple café serves oysters which are prepared a number of ways, […]
Eumarrah is a friendly place where you can locate many good organic products such as nuts, flours, probiotic yoghurt and organic non-roasted muesli.
Ashbolt Farm Olive Oil is one of the best and most consistent oils produced in Tasmania. The dark green colour and the deep flavour set it apart. From the moments you see the dark, intense, deep green liquid languidly dripping from the bottle, you know you are about to experience […]
Apiece Sourdough Bakery produces fantastic, real sourdough in an unassuming space in an unassuming shopping mall in Ravenswood which is a suburb of Launceston. However it is now on our must-visit list for the wonderful loaves of bread, the pizza slices and the pastries that are lovingly made here. We […]
This article was first authored by Sue Dyson and Roger McShane in 2009 and published on the foodtourist.com site. It has been updated for the release of tasmania.foodtourist.com to reflect the vibrant fermenting culture occurring in Tasmania over the last few years. We all love fermented foods! Sushi would be […]
Unpacked is still operating but the times of opening have changed. At the time of writing this they are not open on Sundays and are starting later at 9am on the other days. Check their informative Facebook page for the latest details.