B: For our last night in Hobart, Mr.K and I wanted to dine somewhere nice and luckily got a table almost instantly when we arrived. They have a very warm and clean decor, definitely a nice classy place for romantic dinners or close friends and family gatherings. The staff here were extremely helpful and got out of their way to answer some of our questions.
We started off with leek and three cheese arancini ($3.9 each). These were a little burnt and were overly hot when arrived, however it had a very rich and beautiful sauce that accompanied the aranici.
Grilled Tassal salmon, faro and du puy lentil braise, chimichurri, cotecino and herb salad ($32.9). The salmon was irresistibly tender and just melts in your mouth however, I was surprised at how small it was! Tasmania is known for their amazing salmon, but to plate up two small cigar-shaped salmon is disappointing.
Grilled Tasmanian venison, crab apple puree, quinoa, spiced cauliflower and almond salad withcreamed garlic ($36.5). Beautifully cooked venison with interesting choice of flavours and textures that worked well together.
Fragrant creme catalana, chocolate truffles ($15.5). The waiter recommended this dish and the chocolate marquis. We couldn’t decided on one so we got both! This dessert was very smooth and sweet but could’ve done with a bit of acidity because it was overly rich.
Chocolate marquis, coconut sorbet, mixed berries and fig ($15.9). A perfect dessert to finish the night. The chocolate marquis was rich but the coconut sorbet really lifted the dish.
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