Aug
10
2011

Fabulous nibbles in a country church

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If you are travelling in the Launceston area, you won't want to miss a stop in the small town of Perth, where you can experience a one-of-a-kind food experience.

Ut Si at Perth, Northern Tasmania

Set in a converted church, the Ut Si Cafe is the perfect place to grab a bite and sample some of Tasmania's finest fare.

The establishment serves up a selection of locally-sourced food – including ethically-raised meat from nearby Skelbrookvale Farm, Black Ridge Farm and Mt Gnomon Farm.

Menu selections include a Wessex Saddleback pulled pork pizza that has been hailed by Gourmet Traveller magazine and a pasture-raised beef stew, which is braised in Tasmanian apple cider and served with dumplings.

You'll also be able to sample a fig and fennel cake, freshly-made gnocchi, and lemon, rosemary and olive oil cake.

The space also doubles as a gallery showcasing the work of local artists, which is also featured on the cafe's blog. Recent works displayed here include a series of acrylic and watercolour paintings by Rosalind Kircaldie, whose work has previously been exhibited at the Handmark Gallery in Salamanca Place, as well as Moondial – a series of landscape studies by Jonathan Bowden.

Whether you are looking for a coffee and dessert or a place to enjoy a tasty afternoon lunch, you're sure to have a delicious visit to the Ut Si Cafe.

Visit Ut Si Cafe’s blog for inspiration and anticipation!

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  • Ronalee says:

    I love reading these articles because they’re short but infoarmtvie.

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