Best Restaurants in Hobart, Tasmania

1. Roaring Grill

301 Elizabeth Street

North Hobart, 7000, Australia

(03) 6231 1301

Not only is The Roaring Grill a funky place to hang out, it also provides a geography lesson in fine Tasmanian produce. The menu showcases the island’s most delectable grass-fed beef, Roland Range lamb, Bruny Island oysters and sought-after seafood such as Huon Salmon and Blue Eye Trevalla. The kitchen also uses the island’s best seasonal fruit and vegetables. The menu is a modern twist on the traditional Surf and Turf formula, with freshly-shucked oysters, glazed pork ribs, flame-grilled meat skewers and marinated steaks. Match your steak with a traditional sauce such as béarnaise or red wine jus. Dedicated carnivores should try the 250g Wagyu Porterhouse from Robbins Island.

2. Monsoon Thai Fusion

46 Hampden Road

Battery Point, 7014, Australia

(03) 6224 4101

One of best Thai fusion restaurant in hobart, they mix fresh Tasmanian produce, meats and seafood with a tasty twist of Thai influence. Monsoon’s dishes are very unique and if a real difference…try their Rocky Road Chicken served luke luke warm or Paneng Tasmanian Flathead. The chief of monsson also has 15 yr experience with specified dietary and gf options. they also have a unique stand alone comphrensive Vegan and Vegetarian fusion menu with very tasty dishes using “mock meats”, TVP and soya. 

By the way, their meals are beatiful decorated and presented, expecially for their derserts, purly combination of arts and favours.

3. Komatsu Japanese Cuisine

196 Davey Street

South Hobart 7004, Australia

0401 601 824

For a taste of the Orient in South Hobart, say konichiwa to Komatsu Japanese Cuisine on Davey Street. This traditional Japanese restaurant greets guests with a bow and sassy red décor, accented by artwork, bonsai trees and splashes of green, creating a calming Zen vibe, where taking time over sushi and sake is a must. Settle in with a starter of fried octopus balls with BBQ sauce and mayo, or housemade gyoza stuffed with pork mince; before mains such as pan-fried teriyaki salmon with steamed rice and seaweed salad. Choose from an extensive range of share plates like the rainbow platter with salmon and tuna sashimi, mixed nigiri and sushi; or a bento box with crispy chicken, takoyaki, salad and rice. Be tempted by a Chef’s special monster shrimp roll with tempura prawn, avocado and crab.

4. Saigon Districts

8/285 Elizabeth Street

North Hobart 7000, Australia

(03) 6234 2542

Bringing the feel and flavour of Vietnam to Hobart with a modern twist, Saigon District on Elizabeth Street is the place to celebrate good food and treasured friendships. Listen to the sound of clinking glasses as guests shout the popular Vietnamese cheer of ‘1, 2, 3 Yo’, in a warm and welcoming vibe of exposed brick pillars, authentic accents and polished concrete floors. Indulge the senses in a shared-style a la carte menu dishing up lunch choices such as bun bo hue – pork broth with Cape Grim beef, pork belly and loaf, thick rice noodles, mixed slaw and fresh herbs. Evening guests salivate over shared starters of marinated pork and prawn rolls, vermicelli, pickles and Saigon peanut sauce; before delving into larger plates of confit duck leg, taro, crispy sweet potato and curry sauce.
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