EMBERS RESTAURANT
Hobart and Surrounds, Tasmania

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Located in the Best Western Hobart Hotel in Hobart’s city centre, Embers bar-pizza-grill offers a pleasant in-house dining experience. The menus is modern Australian and features a wood fired pizza oven and charcoal grill all served by friendly staff. The restaurant has an adjoining bar and lounge which offers a happy hour daily and complimentary canapes. Live jazz performances heat things up and attract a good local crowd on Friday night.
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General info

Address:

156 Bathurst St.,
Best Western
Hobart CBD TAS 7000

Suburb:

Hobart CBD

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Cuisine:

Modern Australian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Specials & Events

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Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
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Features

Accommodation available
Bar / Wine Bar
Breakfast
Live Music / Entertainment
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Ivan Wilcken - 3/12/2012
We stayed at the hotel after being informed they had the best pizza in town. In fact the oven hasn't been used in months. All pictures relating to oven or fire need to be deleted. And the world should know the other fare offered is not worth the price asked. My wife after finding out she couldn't have a pizza ordered the pan fried gnocchi. The pasta was fine. The sauce was akin to tomato soup from a tin. Thin with no identifiable bits to be seen. Not up to par with a fine eating establishment.