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Seared lamb backstrap, baby leek, green almonds, black garlic, lemon pith, quinoa and lamb jus.
Jutting out over a cove on the River Derwent, walled by tall windows and featuring a white ball the size of a small bus, Faro isn't what you'd call a traditional dining destination. Whether you are looking to linger over a stunning cocktail and small plates on the luxurious couches or settling in at a table for a full swing at the rich and varied menu, this Berriedale restaurant will delight and deliver in equal measure. Part of the Museum of Old & New Art, Faro resides in the Greek Pharos wing where a sleek ambience of slate tiles, contemporary seating and tables set the scene for sampling house specialties such as jamon iberico with guindilla peppers and bread sticks; along with smoked mozzarella empanadas, freshly grilled sardines, fennel and orange, smoked whisky and miso lamb ribs.
Museum of Old & New Art, 655 Main Road, Berriedale 7011 TAS - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 60 Chef: Vince Trim