The top seven places to grab a feed in Hobart (because we couldn’t stop at five):

1 Garagistes: An intimate fine-dining wine bar. 103 Murray St, Hobart.
(03) 6231 0558; www.garagistes.com.au
2 Fish Frenzy: They reckon they serve the best fish’n’chips in Australia. Could they be right? Elizabeth St Pier, Sullivans Cove. (03) 6231 2134; www.fishfrenzy.com.au.
3 Tavern 42 Degrees South: Great bar food or more serious lunch and dinner choices.
Elizabeth St Pier, Sullivans Cove. (03) 6224 7742; www.tav42.com.au.
4 Salamanca Market: Great Tasmanian produce stalls on Saturdays from 8.30am to 3pm.
(03) 6238 2843; salamancamarkethobart.com.au.
5 Pigeon Hole Café: A tiny hole-in-the wall café. Excellent coffee, beautiful baked goods and simple but delicious dishes. 93 Goulburn St, West Hobart. (03) 6236 9306.
6 Hill Street Grocer: A gourmet grocery store with home-made treats, local produce and meats, and boutique single-vineyard wines. 109 Hill St, West Hobart.
(03) 6234 6849; hillstreetgrocer.com.
7 Barilla Bay Oysters: It’s just 15km from Hobart airport, so you can stock up on some of Australia’s finest just-shucked oysters before getting on the plane. It has special insulated containers with icepacks for just this purpose! 1388 Tasman Highway, Cambridge.
(03) 6248 5458; www.barillabay.com.au.
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