Fee & Me
Serving innovative, upmarket cuisine, Fee & Me's
degustation-style dishes are all entrée size, the brackets of dishes moving from
light to rich. Diners choose between three and five courses, depending on appetite.
Service and wine are outstanding; décor misses the mark. Bookings
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This retro, cushions-and-chai café opposite Princes Sq serves
tasty vegetarian and vegan fare. Try the grilled polenta with seared lemon fetta or
the spicy chilli beans with avocado salsa, relish and cornbread.
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Serving grass-fed Tasmanian beef, this wood-fired meat mecca
takes your choice of steak (eye fillet, scotch, rump or porterhouse) and cooks it
just the way you like it. Management is full of winks and jokes.
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Pierre's plates up light meals (bagels, burgers, pasta) and more substantial, innovative mains. Early risers can expect home-made fruit loaf and eggs any which way. Desserts sometimes drown in cream, but the coffee is classy. (Pierre's had one of the first three espresso machines in Australia!)
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Set in the stylishly renovated 1840s Ritchie's Flour Mill beside the Tamar, Stillwater does laid-back breakfasts, relaxed lunches – and then puts on the Ritz for dinner. There are delectable seafood, meaty and vegetarian mains and the emphasis is on locally sourced produce.
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