A tiny stuffed fox praying to be bought? A glass case of ivory beside it? An emporium as big as the MCG? Latrobe may be tiny, but the delights are big.
Hobart’s near city wine trail is hard to beat for variety, passionate producers, glorious wine and food. How lucky, Hobart?
Frogmore Creek still delivers art on a plate under the guidance of Ruben Koopman. And what art it is.
Andy Third is the good guy at the helm of Mr. Good Guy, and he’s still at the tools. Ibis Styles are in the vanguard of new hotel restaurants that are – restaurants that just happen to be on the premises.
Still with the distillery ticking away, Kylie and Phil do their Wild Thyme Kitchen at the Farmgate Markets, the seafood BBQ tent at Franko in summer, in Franklin Square, and continue to work up recipes together.
Fico Bistro and Vino is much more than a bistro – but not pretentious fine dining either. It straddles the two nicely.
Hobart gives the Japanese Bar (Wa) its very own vibe, and overall? A great addition to the food and bar scene of our incredible city.
Landscape restaurant is all about presence – at home, and the landscape that informs the entire island of Tasmania. Clever and relaxed, is how I’d sum it up.
Surrounded by his own vintages, and his chosen winemakers he represents, James happily tells his story, which took him around the world and into a wine network that for him, was a perfect fit.
Hardly a prince among pubs, the Prince of Wales, in Battery Point, just keeps going, and the pub food was such a surprise. Some pretty good value in town.