Lenna of Hobart is within walking distance of some of Tasmania's finest restaurants. From fresh fish and seafood to dining on a floating pier we have it all. Also, don't forget about our famous wines, whisky, gin and vodka!
It floats but it’s not a boat. Suspended over Sullivan’s Cove, The Glass House has redefined style on Hobart’s waterfront. Elegant cocktails, Tasmarian inspired small plates, international flair and 280 degree water views
Rockwall’s cuisine encapsulates the state’s reputation for four seasons in one day—oysters fresh from the waters off Bruny Island, Tasmanian salmon with crispy skin or pork loin rack, glazed with plum and tamarind on mash
The focus is on seasonal local produce, presented according to the whim of Vince Trim(ha), our Executive Chef and his team. Shared plates, fresh uncomplicated food, and a lovely outlook over the museum grounds.
Once you’ve found the door (hot tip: it’s on Argyle Street, not Macquarie), pull up a pew at the concrete bar or find yourself a table. Be entertained by the usual stuff i.e. eating, drinking and being merry, or go nuts: press your cheek against the concrete floors, smell the roses* in our indoor garden,... Continue Reading
The Drunken Admiral has been operating as a family run restaurant since 1979. We provide the diner with a truly unique experience, offering the very freshest Tasmarian seafood and meals set amongst a vibrant maritime atmosphere
Me Wah is an establishment that showcases all that is excellent in a restaurant. Always professional, we offer dining elegance matched perfectly with simplicity. There is a reason that we are widely acknowledged and respected by our peers and the dining public alike. A visit to Me Wah is not only an opportunity to partake... Continue Reading
We have something for all seafood lovers. Try some local Bruny Island oysters or Spring Bay mussels to start, followed by char-grilled fish, a seafood mixed grill, paella or real-ale battered fish and chips. We have a mixed seafood platter which is great for sharing.