This unpretentious restaurant in a tiny Battery Point cottage has leapt to the forefront of the Hobart foodie scene in its very first year, and is regarded by many – including Gourmet Traveller – as one of Tasmania’s best. The cuisine is as adventurous as their assiette style of service, with diners choosing any number and order of small helpings. So the menu is simple, but the food is anything but. Choices such as sardine with shallot and date compote, and pan-roasted kassler with maple syrup sorbet and herb crumpets invite diners to explore outside the square, as does rhubarb with honey yoghurt sorbet and Galliano jelly.
Cnr Hampden Rd and Francis St, Battery Point; (03) 6224 9900; open Thurs–Fri for lunch and Tues–Sat for dinnercomments powered by Disqus