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Sweet Envy

Pastry Chefs Alistair Wise and Teena Kearney began Sweet Envy to show case their experiences and travels from Hobart to Europe and back. Born and raised in Hobart, both trained in their field locally. They spent time in some of the top Melbourne restaurants, and then off to Europe where Alistair was in charge of Gordon Ramsey's pastry department at The Connaught. This venue produces home made sweets of only the finest quality, including cupcakes, cookies, candy, ice cream and some absolutely stunning cakes. For world class deserts and treats, you can not miss this shop in North Hobart.

Machine Laundry Café

Is Machine Laundry Cafe a laundromat that serves good food and coffee or a cafe that happens to do laundry? Whatever, it is a good idea, and a chic place to grab a bite. It is clean and modern with the laundry area well separated. Sit inside or outside in Salamanca Square. Food is simple, fresh and tasty. For breakfast, a variety of good breads is available served with preserves. Fresh seasonal produce will determine what is available for lunch, but could feature something with a Pacific Rim feel.

Point Revolving Restaurant

Revolving restaurants are often a disappointment with a view far superior to the food. Not in this case however, so be prepared to enjoy both. Take the lift to a well appointed dining room. The view of Hobart, by day or night, will take the breath away. Main dishes in the menu reflects Tasmanian produce and seasons. The fixed price lunch offers good value. The wine list is extensive at the The Point Revolving Restaurant. If not eating, have coffee or a drink at the bar just to enjoy the view. Open on all days for dinner from 6.30p.

Daci & Daci Bakers

A whole selection of baked delights grace the kitchen of Daci & Daci Bakers on Murray Street. The brainchild of Nasar Daci, this bakery and patisserie resembles a European-style cafe, with their baked fare showcased on a wrought-iron trellis-like setting. Find fresh loaves of both dough and sourdough breads here, ranging from baguettes, focaccia and ciabatta to a host of French-inspired cakes and pastries. Daci & Daci's Viennoisserie section also carries a host of decadent all-butter pastries made with free-range eggs, berries and Belgian chocolate. Breakfast is served till 11a, whereas the lunch menu is both delicious and bountiful. Fresh salads are available in both gluten-free and vegetarian options, while Tasmanian beers and wines couple well with the baked goods.

Pigeon Hole Cafe

Owner and chef has turned what used to be a small butcher shop into a popular comfy 16 seat cafe. Polished concrete floors, wood, old-fashioned coffee cups, and saucers with vintage lights in the retro style, complete the picture. Pigeon Hole Cafe may be small, but lots of taste sensations await the discerning person. Try the freshly baked panini to take home, or try it toasted with several different topping choices and accompany with home made soup of the day. The gooey chocolate briande, or quince filled pastry, to finish will delight the taste buds. This venue is only a ten minute walk from central Hobart.

Upper Deck Mures

Upper Deck Mures is more upmarket than the Lower Deck, so is ideal for that special occasion. Sweeping views of the dock give this restaurant a special ambiance by day or night. Food is fresh, fresh, fresh. Oysters, mussels, blue-eye trevally, Tasmanian salmon; the seafood choice is yours. Whether you keep it simple, perhaps just grilled, or more complex, you will find the menu caters to all tastes and provides a glimpse of the best that Tasmania has to offer. Wines are available by the bottle or glass and the list includes a selection of Tasmanian varieties.

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