Hobart’s rising foodie scene with Gourmania

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Foodie fans have been directed to the nature state's capital of Hobart, to try some of Tasmania's flavour-infused local and sustainable produce.

World renowned travel guide Lonely Planet named Hobart's emerging food scene in its list of 'Top 10 walking tours for globetrotting foodies'.

Hobart joined a host of other exotic locations around the world, with Lonely Planet featuring craft beer from Gastown, Vancouver, street food in Hanoi, Vietnam, coffee, cheese and beer in Wellington, New Zealand, and Hawker food in Georgetown, Penang.

The tour guide highlighted Hobart eateries such as Ethos Eat Drink and Garagistes to "pack a healthy appetite", and to try house-roasted chai at Yellow Bernard.

Salamanca's A Common Ground was also recommended, with the guide suggesting visitors purchase artisanal cheese from the nearby Bruny Island.

You can discover the tasty delights of Hobart's burgeoning food scene, by booking your spot on a Gourmania Food Tour!

Gourmania can introduce you to the hot spots that are blossoming on the Hobart food scene, so that you can explore those special finds, off the tourist trail, that are tucked away in the historic city.

Enjoy a "unique slice" of Hobart's local culture, urban history and best food and wine by taking Gourmania's City Tour.

This four-hour morning journey focuses on Tasmanian produce, from the island's exquisite cool-climate wines to fresh seafood and goat milk cheeses.

You will sample your way through ten venues on the tour, including the famous Jackman & McRoss patisserie, A Common Ground and Cool Wine.

The tour is $120 (all inclusive), with bookings essential! You can also email in your dietary requirements ahead of your booked tour to arrange substitutions where necessary.

You can also choose to spend your afternoon exploring more food spots in the city on the Tea to Tapas tour!

Starting the three-hour tour with a delectable pastry and pot of tea, you'll then head down through some of Hobart's best and brightest restaurants, cafes and bars, including Yellow Bernard, Ethos Eat Drink and Sidecar.

You can also get a taste of international flavour with some of the best imported goods including French and Italian cheeses!

The tour is $95 (all inclusive) with visitors recommended to wear a comfy pair of shoes and clothing suitable to the weather.

Book your Gourmania tour today to discover the delicacies of Hobart that await you!

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