This hip cafe with a 1970s vibe opens early for breakfast and doesn’t shut its doors until late most nights. They’ll rustle up eggs Benedict, Florentine, royale or even in a Caesar salad for breakfast, while for lunch there’ll be soups and crusty sourdough or chickpea burgers with tzatziki and fries. At dinner expect tapas plates, starters to share (or not) or a hearty dish of braised wallaby shanks, along with a shortish wine list. Don’t be fazed if there’s a poetry night in full swing; just park yourself on the couch by the Sergeant Pepper–style mural and soak it all up – it’s that sort of place.
392 Elizabeth St, North Hobart; (03) 6234 5975; open daily for breakfast and lunch, and Wed–Sat for dinnercomments powered by Disqus