237 Restaurants in TAS.

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Villa Howden
Howden - TAS
Cuisines: Modern Australian, ...
$$$$ - $$$$
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Yacht Club 55 @ The Tamar Yacht Club
Launceston - TAS
Cuisines: Cafe, Gluten ...
$$$$ - $$$$
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Youjing Chinese Restaurant
Launceston - TAS
Cuisines: Asian, Chinese
$$$$ - $$$$
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Accepts Best Restaurants Gift Card
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356 Macquarie Street Foodstore
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South Hobart TAS
$$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines: Cafe, Vegetarian ...
A Tiny Place
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Battery Point TAS
$$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines: Asian, European
All Thai
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Not Accepts Best Restaurants Gift Card
North Hobart TAS
$$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines: Asian, Thai
Aloft
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Not Accepts Best Restaurants Gift Card
Hobart CBD TAS
$$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines: Modern Australian
Altitude Restaurant @ Cradle Mountain Hotel
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Cradle Mountain TAS
$$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines: Modern Australian, ...
Amici Italian
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North Hobart TAS
$$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines: European, Italian, ...
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Tasmania is famous for its incredible produce which is best showcased at the Salamanca Markets with over 300 stallholders, held every Saturday. North of Hobart, Launceston is a top boutique riverside city and the perfect base to explore the picturesque Tamar Valley, home to Tasmania’s best wineries. Just off the north-west coast, King Island is a haven for gourmet food lovers with the creamiest cheeses and freshest seafood. Great day trips from Hobart include Bruny Island, historical Port Arthur and the Derwent Valley.
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