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Marque-IV-Restaurant, Hobart

Marque IV Restaurant

You could say that dining at Marque IV was the highlight of my recent trip to Hobart. I dare to even place it on par with the Restaurant Of The Year - Quay. I...
Shu-Yuan-–-Chinese-Vegetarian-Restaurant, Hobart

Shu Yuan – Chinese Vegetarian Restaurant

I love nothing more than stumbling across a great restaurant. And that's exactly what happened within the first few hours of arriving in Hobart! Shu Yuan is a tiny Chinese vegetarian restaurant, hidden within the...

Tour of Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm and an epic BBQ lunch at Saffire

The time has come for the last blog post of 2011. It has been an exceptional year of tremendous eats but for this last post of the year, there's no better subject to share,...

Tasmanian Huon Salmon + Smoked Salmon & Cheese Souffle

If you've ever been to Tasmania, you'll know what I mean when I say their pristine coastal waters makes Tasmanian salmon some of the purest in the world. Peter and Frances Bender founded Huon Aquaculture...

Restaurant 373, North Hobart

Restaurant 373 has closed Restaurant 373 is a relatively new restaurant that works. Local fresh produce, warm furnishings, great casual service, funky appetisers and a fabulous 8 course degustation. We started off with olives, garlic popcorn...

Photo diary: Salamanca Market (Hobart, Tasmania) in Spring

I've always been very fond of markets - flea markets where one man's trash is another man's treasure, farmers markets where one can meet the most passionate producers and growers, and of course, who...

Mount Wellington, Hobart, Tasmania

On our second day in Hobart, it was a gorgeous clear sunny day, so we decided to drive up Mount Wellington. I was thrilled to see snow, and there was lots of it! The...

Salamanca Market, Hobart

Back to blogging about my recent trip to Hobart... Salamanca Market was the place to be on a Saturday. All of Hobart crowded the busy streets of Salamanca Place to check out stalls of organic...

Arriving at Hobart

Hello Hobart. This is Tassy, as taken from JetStar plane window Driving into Hobart on Tasman Bridge Hobart Harbour View of Mount Wellington

Cadbury’s chocolate factory

For as long as I can remember, it has always been a fantasy to visit a real chocolate factory. My expectations of course were hyped up by films such as Charlie And The Chocolate...

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