May
12
2012

Your guide to eating well in Tasmania

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Locals are probably well aware of the ever increasing number of world-class eateries in Tasmania.

But there are still those who may not have experienced the wonders of sipping on a boutique red, while enjoying the flavours of a tender wagyu cut.

However, you can always refresh your knowledge or try something new at some of these top eating destinations.

For those who like the finer things in life it is hard to go past The Source at MONA which features French-inspired cuisine that is sure to make your mouth water and an impressive wine list.

Just be sure to check its opening times ahead of your visit as restaurant hours can change during the week.

Anyone with a passion for eating fresh, locally produced food will want to make a beeline for the Huon Valley.

Well-known establishments such as the Home Hill Winery Restaurant will make you want to come back for seconds, while a number of smaller cafes cater to travellers on the move.

Black Cow Bistro in Launceston is known for its value for money meals and while you are in the area you may want to visit Hallam's Waterfront Restaurant and try some delicious seafood.

Black Cow Bistro in Launceston

Home Hill Winery Huon Valley

Hallams Restaurant Launceston - Image Credit: manmenjourney blog

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