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.
Freshfield Grove olive oil from Tasmania delivers a burst of peppery sunshine on the tongue that reminds you just how good this is.
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?
When hipsterdom gets too cool for school, then it’s time to pull back and just get real.
When a restaurant gets everything pretty much right, then all you have to do is just enjoy it.
Frogmore Creek still delivers art on a plate under the guidance of Ruben Koopman. And what art it is.
Fico Bistro and Vino is much more than a bistro – but not pretentious fine dining either. It straddles the two nicely.