Many of Hobart's restaurants specialize in freshly caught seafood and Tasmania is known for a type of seafood known as Trevalla. Also excellent is Tasmanian lobster, while a local specialty is scallop pie. While this dish is served at many of Hobart's restaurants, scallop pie can also be bought at food stalls in Salamanca Market to eat at a picnic in one of Hobart's picturesque parks.
While seafood tops many restaurant menus, international cuisine is also popular in Hobart. Some streets specialize in Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine, while Italian restaurants also crop up all over the city.
Lovers of fresh seafood will find an excellent range of restaurants to choose from here. Many of the restaurants serve the catch of the day at bargain rates, making this a good place to enjoy a meal after a busy day of sightseeing or bargain hunting.
Lovers of Asian cuisine will want to eat at this area's stylish restaurants, many of which have outdoor dining areas. Diners can choose between Vietnamese, Japanese and Chinese restaurants as well as some excellent seafood places.
This area is famed for its intimate atmosphere and upmarket restaurants. A large number of gourmet seafood restaurants can be found here as well as a few restaurants serving excellent Asian cuisine.
This popular shopping street features a large number of stylish cafés and bakeries. Shoppers can relax at one of the outdoor tables with a cup of coffee and a light meal.