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12 Chef Hat Award

Best Known For

Main course: Seafood Platter (for two) grilled, crumbed and battered fish of the day, atlantic salmon, crumbed scallops, squid, mussels, octopus, prawn + bacon kebabs, chips, salad and dipping sauces.

About Blue Eye Seafood Restaurant

Bookings recommended.

Location & Map

Under the Silos, 1 Castray Esplanade, Hobart CBD 7000 TAS - See Map

Opening Hours

Breakfast: Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat Lunch: Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat Dinner: Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat Late: Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat

Groups & Functions

  • Up to 80 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Dinner Party

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Member Reviews (4)

krasen18

Slightly away from the Salamanca tourist crowd, excellent decor depicting neither too casual nor too upmarket, Blue Eye was a treat. They had a good choice of wine list and the beetroot tart tatin was sumptuous with a reasonably priced menu. Strongly recommended and I would pick Blue Eye as a restaurant again for my next Hobart's visit..

EatMe

I had wandered down to Hobart to see "Trial By Jury" at the penitentiary, and after it finished at 1900 on Friday evening continued to Salamanca for dinner. Bad mistake, hadn't booked and it looked busy.
Blue Eye looked a little less frenetic; they checked and were able to accomodate me - generous really, as I was by myself. They showcase BreamCreek wines and before dinner offer tasting flights. I missed the "until 6pm" caveat on the blacklboard, but they let me have it anyway - great syste, 4 x 40 ml instead of one wine. Anyway I liked them & had to order a doz...
THe curried chowder was perfect. GOod size, left space for main, without being mean. Fish of the day fresh and tasty, pity I had no room for the dessert menu.

McWhere

"A quality seafood restaurant adjacent Salamanca Place & the Wharf" The restaurant appealed to us because it was very well situated, with harbor views, modern, light. With ornate decoupage, wall hangings, depicting varying kinds of fish. Very innovative. Also a purpose built balcony for alfresco dining. The restauranteur has a good history in seafood restaurants. We anticipated having a good night. Our choice was the seafood platter, for two peoples, served over two courses; cold entree platter of tiger prawns, sashimi, pickled octopus salad + lemon vinaigrette. Followed by a hot seafood selection; char grilled ocean trout, blue eye, Thai fishcakes, seared squid, beer battered fish, chips, dipping sauces. All was beautifully prepared and presented, absolutely delicious. The selection of fish plus the tasty accompaniments presented a wide range of flavors and textures, that were very pleasing to the pallet. Lovely desserts, delicious. Excellent service. Everything we expected and more. Recommend. Reservations advisable,

Clio

Creative menu with beautiful presentation of food. good Tas wine selection.