Mr Good Guy is another example of a restaurant in Hobart where the kitchen really has its act together, while the floor staff don’t dance as much as stumble.
The food is so good at Suminato, that the slight chaos out front of house can be overlooked, but lift that area and you’ve got a seriously good restaurant.
Attention to detail is everywhere, and the pizzas? “As good as anything I’ve eaten in Italy”. High praise!
The Den, a new addition to Salamanca has just upped the ante, and the crowds are proof it’s working.
A Japanese lucky cat welcoming Hobartians to a Fusion Asian destination? Why Not?
The Hunter Valley has wonderful wine, food, and spectacular vistas. And the accommodation isn’t too shabby either…
“Probably by next year I’ll be phasing out of the private chef market and into the health and wellness in the corporate world. Funny how life pushes you into a direction, and then you suddenly go, “Oh yeah! Something from 8 years ago set me up on this path!”
Monsters are as monsters do, and they need a firm hand. Executive chef André Kropp has big skills and a firm hand. Double whammy.
When hipsterdom gets too cool for school, then it’s time to pull back and just get real.
Darwin never used to be synonymous with top food, but the city is buzzing with great venues thrusting their chests out, and water views that are hard to beat.