I walked into Coterie and Co. expecting to indulge in bacon, eggs or some variation thereof. But no. Like a siren’s song, the call of the burger can’t be denied. Resistance is futile, even if it IS 7:30 in the morning!
Throughout the month of July, the team at The Point Revolving Restaurant are putting on a series of dining events that showcase the very best in French techniques, through Tasmania’s high quality produce. We were fortunate (and thankful!) to be invited by Wrest Point to a pre-event tasting of a selection of the dishes on offer…
Margate isn’t exactly right next door for most of us, but the combination of a quirky church interior, delicious food and enthusiastic service should be more than enough to entice a few of you down the Channel Highway to The Hairy Giraffe!
Smolt Kitchen is one of those venues that you would be proud to call your ‘local’. We gave them time, and they used to it to great effect. At its heart the food really stands out as something special. And then in support you have a really interesting wine list with clear influences from heavy-hitters Frank and Smolt. If you’re looking for a meal with a difference, and don’t mind forking out for quality, drop by Smolt Kitchen and see what you think!
The hike to Pelverata Falls is the perfect choice for one of those days where you really need to get out of the house and stretch the legs, but aren’t feeling up to a half-day slog. This is one of those walks where we’d strongly recommend that you plan to do it after the rains, because a dry waterfall is simply a cliff right…?