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Top10 Top10 Tasmanian Restaurants

Tasmania leaves food-lovers spoilt for choice when it comes to dining and vineyard destinations, abundant with fresh produce that is grown in pristine conditions. Here are the Top10 Tasmanian restaurants that we think truly capture Tasmania and all its gourmet delights.
Chloe Grabham - March 2017

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Showcasing some of Tasmania's best produce on the plate and wine in the glass, Josef Chromy is a picturesque and tranquil award-winning restaurant. This wine and dine destination is located amongst the lush vineyards only 10 minutes drive south of Launceston. Dining styles include an a la carte menu, sit down dinners and function style events.
Perched on top of Home Hill, the restaurant overlooks the emerald green and glimmering Huon Valley. Proud of their Tasmanian heritage and abundance of fresh produce, the menu is all about creating the perfect balance of flavours using seasonal delights and pairing them with the perfect drop. The locally sourced seafood like the Bruny Island oysters are a must try.
Only 30 minutes drive south of Hobart, the view alone is worth a trip to the stunning grounds of Peppermint Bay. Famed for its architectural elegance, the restaurant features large open windows facing out over the property providing dinners with a relaxing and breath-taking view over the property. The food is sourced locally and is crafted in a sophisticated, fine-dining style.
Located in a historic flour mill that dates back to the 1830's, Stillwater Restaurant takes its diners back in time. The restaurant itself has won countless awards in recognition for its contemporary approach to modern Australian cuisine, but it is their wine list which sets them apart in a league of their own, recently taking out the Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine’s 2016 Best wine list in Tasmania.
Under the guidance and culinary execution of Executive Chef Fabien Lefrancois, Bistro Camille brings the authentic flavours and ambience of a Parisian bistro to the heart of Devonport. Affordable, relaxed and designed with rustic-chic furnishings, the restaurant transports its dinner's straight to the city of lights. Dishes are presented with elegance and finesse using the finest of Tasmania's home-grown ingredients.
One of Hobart's finest hotel dining destinations, Restaurant Tasman is located in the iconic Grand Chancellor Hotel. The food here may be taken seriously but the ambience is relaxed and inviting making it a well-sought after restaurant among the locals and travellers. Contemporary and with a focus on local seafood the dishes are plated with care and elegance.
Nestled between vines and the Coal River Valley, Frogmore Creek Winery Restaurant is a picturesque getaway that is a short 20 minute drive from Hobart's CBD. The menu is a celebration of produce sourced from nearby land, sea and garden. Take a stroll through the gorgeous vineyard which has played as a backdrop for many weddings and functions.
As the name suggests Prossers on the Beach is a seaside restaurant that embraces its scenic oceanic surrounds. Only a stone's throw from the water, diners can sit back and enjoy the calming sea breeze of salty air while dining on sensational dishes of award-winning and fine-dining quality. Reservations are recommended as Prossers is one of the area's most sought-after dining destinations.
For a moment it would be easy to think you were in the South of France when you visit The French Bistro at Riversdale Estate. Adorned with classical French design and opulence, the restaurant encapsulates that authentic French style. Dine on dishes that are inspired by traditional French cuisine using the highest quality of Tasmanian produce. High teas, weddings and wine tastings are just some of the activities to explore at the estat
Established in use to once be a greenhouse, The Tasmanian Food & Wine Conservatory is a hidden gem that is well worth exploring. Adorned with golden timber furnishings and potted plants filling spaces and hanging from the ceiling creates a real jungle vibe. The food is homely and rustic with share platter boards and homemade cakes the go-to dishes. Ideal for a casual weekend afternoon drinks with character.
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