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Restaurants in Hobart

 Hobart's restaurants are ready to serve unexpected delights

Tasmania's bustling, cosmopolitan capital has a burgeoning foodie reputation. Hobart's restaurants are ready and waiting with excellent service, a glass or two of your favourite Tasmanian wine and, most importantly, menus to match your every mood. Seafood fresh from the ocean is naturally a big deal here and fish, lobster and oysters form an integral part of modern Australian cuisine at the best of the Hobart restaurants set within the top-ranking hotels in the city centre. Head to the shore for the best seafood, fresh off the boat, where scallop pie is an essential local delicacy. North Hobart is bursting with international cuisine as well, so the choice is yours!

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Amici Restaurant

Amici Restaurant

North Hobart
Italian$$$$
4.9/677
Amici Restaurant
Currency Cafe

Currency Cafe

Lindisfarne
Café$$$$
5.2/666
Currency Cafe
Harbour Lights Cafe

Harbour Lights Cafe

Hobart CBD
Italian$$$$
5.0/657
Harbour Lights Cafe
Texas Pantry

Texas Pantry

Moonah
American$$$$
5.8/633
Texas Pantry
The Duke

The Duke

Hobart CBD
Bar$$$$
5.2/627
The Duke
Republic Bar & Cafe

Republic Bar & Cafe

North Hobart
Bar$$$$
5.5/613
Republic Bar & Cafe
Royal Thai

Royal Thai

Hobart CBD
Thai$$$$
5.4/615
Royal Thai
Magic Curries

Magic Curries

Battery Point
Indian
5.8/65
Magic Curries
Asian Gourmet on the Pier

Asian Gourmet on the Pier

Hobart CBD
Asian$$$$
5.0/611
Asian Gourmet on the Pier
Namaskar Indian Cuisine

Namaskar Indian Cuisine

Kingston
Indian$$$$
5.4/65
Namaskar Indian Cuisine
Monsoon Thai

Monsoon Thai

Battery Point
Thai$$$$
5.0/63
Monsoon Thai
Raspberry Fool Bakery Cafe

Raspberry Fool Bakery Cafe

Hobart CBD
Café$$$$
5.3/64
Raspberry Fool Bakery Cafe
Kathmandu Cuisine

Kathmandu Cuisine

Battery Point
Asian$$$$
4.5/66
Kathmandu Cuisine
AWU Delicious Food

AWU Delicious Food

Hobart CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.6/67
AWU Delicious Food
Will's House Asian Cuisine

Will's House Asian Cuisine

Hobart CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.5/64
Will's House Asian Cuisine
Pasha's Restaurant - Kettering

Pasha's Restaurant - Kettering

Kettering
Turkish$$$$
4.5/64
Pasha's Restaurant - Kettering
Beef & Seafood Grill

Beef & Seafood Grill

Hobart CBD
Australian$$$$
4.0/66
Beef & Seafood Grill
Taj Palace Indian Restaurant

Taj Palace Indian Restaurant

North Hobart
Indian
4.2/65
Taj Palace Indian Restaurant
Flavours Chinese Restaurant

Flavours Chinese Restaurant

Sandy Bay
Chinese
4.3/63
Flavours Chinese Restaurant
The Talbot Hotel

The Talbot Hotel

New Town
Bar$$$$
4.0/64
The Talbot Hotel
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    Great local produce on the menu at Hobart restaurants

    Tasmania is the world's biggest supplier of wild abalone and there are truffles in abundance, while wasabi is another locally-produced favourite. These form some of the cornerstones of contemporary Tasmanian cooking if you're looking for an adventurous night out, and when it comes to side dishes, Tasmania's farmers are big on organic. Produce here is world-renowned and you'll find locally-produced vegetables, olives and fruit incorporated into many dishes. Cheese lovers are in for a real treat, too, as Tasmanian brie and blue cheese are award-winning alongside speciality cheeses made from sheep and goat's milk, too.
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    Be adventurous at Hobart's restaurants and reap the rewards

    You may need to brush up your seafood vocabulary if you want to get the best of Hobart's many fish restaurants. Be adventurous when it comes to choosing from the menu and try deep sea trevalla that’s unique to the island of Tasmania. If you like cod, you're guaranteed a delicious meal at one of the many fish and seafood restaurants in Salamanca. The fishing around Tasmania offers many other riches and, along with oysters and abalone, local Tasmanian lobster is yet another great recommendation, whether you're at the seaside or in the centre of Hobart. Freshly cooked just for you, you won't taste better lobster, served simply with butter and lemon.
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    Hobart seafood restaurants to set your tastebuds buzzing

    The hottest place to go for truly unique Hobart seafood restaurants is Constitution Dock, just adjacent to Salamanca Place, where the thriving Saturday market is one of the island's most popular tourist attractions. Beyond the land-side stalls, you'll find what the locals call ‘punts’, which are stalls that literally float in the harbour selling delicious, freshly-caught fish and just-fried chips. These tiny Hobart restaurants are unique in Tasmania - if not in the world, so have to be experienced at least once. Their oysters, tasting of the sea they've just been harvested from, are a real delicacy, and back on land you'll find some of Hobart's best seafood restaurants in Salamanca Place itself.
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    North Hobart Restaurants offer the widest choice

    Inland, away from the seaside, there's a strip of restaurants in North Hobart that really do have it all. Head for Elizabeth Street which has been redeveloped and pedestrianised. Here there's outdoor seating offered by many of the restaurants and cafes, so take your time to find a favourite eating place because there's a lot to choose from at these North Hobart restaurants. The pickiest of guests will find their desires are met. You might try a fine Indian restaurant, for example, or delicious locally-caught prawns cooked in a contemporary style at a Modern Australian Hobart restaurant. Naturally, there are many fine French, Italian, Chinese and Spanish choices as well. Whatever your choice of cuisine, a glass of fine Tasmanian wine is the perfect complement to your meal, and there's locally-produced cider and gin from boutique makers, too. Cheers!
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    Sushi and steaks are top of the menu at Hobart's restaurants

    Hobart's Japanese restaurants really do have an international reputation. Great sushi is a real favourite here. As you'd expect from any Australian city, there is a wide variety of steakhouses, too, which cater for the most hearty of appetites. Whether your choice of steak comes well-done or so rare it's barely touched the grill, a glass or two of fine Tasmanian red wine is just about mandatory. Highly sought after Wagyu cattle are farmed in the north west of the island and, for the true steak connoisseur, Wagyu steaks can be found on the more rarefied of upmarket menus. Take a look at the wide choice of Hobart restaurants of all sorts on Quandoo - and don't forget to leave a review!