North Hobart rising on the foodie scene

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If you're looking for a divine place to eat in Tasmania, look no further than North Hobart, which is fast becoming a hotspot for good eats.

The area is the home to a number of new restaurants including Chinese restaurant Mulan, the Midori Japanese Kitchen, and Winstons Alehouse and Eatery, as well as well established Fish 349.

Mulan has delicious offerings such as chicken and peach in lemon sauce, and eye fillets with golden mushroom in coconut satay sauce on their delectable menu, with some of Tasmania's signature wines also on offer.

The Mercury labelled the North Hobart area as 'No-Ho' – a take on New York's trendy SoHo – with the growth of stylish new venues opening up on Elizabeth Street.

Marti Zucco opened North Hobart's first restaurant almost 40 years ago, where he dished up Italian food, telling the Mercury that it was a "pretty derelict spot back then". Another food identity Karen Goodwin-Roberts will be opening up a third café in North Hobart, Elizabeth St Food and Wine (ESFW), soon (on the site of the former BP service station just down from the live music venue and bar The Republic).

Attractions such as Louisa's Walk, Mount Wellington and the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are located in Hobart, with the new bars and restaurants lining up on Elizabeth Street the perfect spot to whet your appetite!

Fish 349 - Image Credit: TailoredTasmania.com

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