Hobart Restaurants

Constitution Dock is the perfect place for yacht-watching, as well as gobbling fresh fish-and-chips from one of the punts (floating fish-and-chips shops) moored on the water. Ask for the daily specials, such as local blue grenadier or trevally, which cost A$7–A$16, or go for some freshly shucked oysters. The city's main restaurant areas include the docks and the streets around Salamanca Place.

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  • 1. Blue Eye Seafood Restaurant

    $$ | Battery Point

    Located on Castray Esplanade opposite Princes Wharf, Blue Eye offers up a wide variety of fresh Tasmanian seafood, cooked to perfection. The barbecue Pirates Bay...Read More

  • 2. Jackman & McRoss

    $ | Battery Point

    This Hobart institution in Battery Point is still a can't-miss spot for the perfectly crafted cup of coffee and delicious house-made goodies including croissants and...Read More

  • 3. Flippers Cooked Seafood

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    This fish-shape floating chip shop on Constitution Dock is one of the top places in town for an alfresco waterfront fish-and-chips meal. ...Read More

  • 4. Remi de Provence

    $$ | City Center

    At Tasmania's leading classic French bistro you can sample authentic classic and contemporary Provençal fare accompanied by superb wines. Add to that the elegant dining...Read More

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