“Isn’t it boring?” was my colleague’s first reaction when I told her I was going to Tasmania over Easter. But even more unexpectedly, she wasn’t the last to give that exact reaction. Although one whole week (nine days for me) in Tas may not be everyone’s ideal holiday, it was one of my most unforgettable… Read More 7 Reasons Why Every Foodie Should Visit Tasmania
In general, fresh food is good food and Blue Bar Cafe exemplifies this rule. They use the freshest ingredients in their dishes and then cook it to perfection too. That, along with the fact that they served the best coffee of all the places we went to over our 9-day adventure in Tasmania (that must equate… Read More Tasmania: Breakfast with fresh local produce and the best coffee at Blue Bar Cafe
I often like to join cooking classes when on holiday and it was even more of a must-do when visiting Tasmania as there are two renowned spots which promise to bring a memorable experience: Red Feather Inn near Launceston and The Agrarian Kitchen near Hobart. Unfortunately, The Agrarian Kitchen was fully booked so I couldn’t… Read More Tasmania: Learn real pasta skills at Red Feather Inn Cooking School
I loved Tasmania for its fresh seafood and local produce – I randomly bought one tomato from Woolworths supermarket to eat with a salad and it was, no exaggeration, the best I’ve tasted. But I’d be casually citing cliches if I said it was “hard to name the best” food or meal I had in Tas… Read More Tasmania: Where to eat the best fresh oysters?