A bit of Austin Powers, the old navy and modern Hobart all thrown in together. Somehow at the Old Wharf Restaurant, this strange mix works.
The service here is always… unusual, to say the least. From a wonky tea pot last time, this time we entered the archaeology of bacon.
A good pizza is not as easy to make as you’d think. Miss Jane hits some real highs, but the pizza? Not fantastic…
Machine Laundry Café has been slyly serving up great food for quite some time at the back of Salamanca Square. Naturally I had to review this one!
My crepes recipe – Thin, satiny slides of egg and flour goodness that with a light touch, can be the perfect finish to almost any meal.
If you like your places dark and quiet – this is not it. But it’s a day and brunch space, so the whole ethos works and works well. welcome to Patanella.
Carl Wise runs the food blog Yippie Pie Yay. And yet still goes about his business quietly cooking at the Homestead Hotel. Pub crawl required? Why yes!
Huon Valley Meat Co., like the Astor Grill, takes us back to a better time. When the local butcher knew the names of the beasts and treated them with care.
San Churro was a monk who changed the bitter Aztec chocolate drink into a sweet delicacy. It’s also the name of chocolateria franchise now in Salamanca.
New Sydney Hotel is a shining example of an old pub given new life by a sharp, clever entrepreneur. Boring old pub food? Think again.