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Charred sweet potato, goats’ curd, muddled almonds, garlic and coriander.
The flame of passion – and the passion of flame – are the food culture of South America and that is what's on the menu at Frank Restaurant & Bar on Franklin Wharf in Hobart. This fun and funky waterfront dining and bar venue located on one of Tasmania's iconic landmarks, sets the scene for warming, seasonal comfort food cooked on the coals of the charcoal grill in a vibrant vibe of aqua, orange and lime green. Take a seat at leather banquettes, cosy table settings, or at the glass frontage to watch the sun set over the harbour and begin with small plates of char-grilled quail, chorizo, honey brown mushrooms, potatoes and truffle butter. Spiced local venison and mojo de ajo may entice with a side of charred vegetables, goats' curd and salsa; best enjoyed with a glass of South American wine.
1 Franklin Wharf, Hobart CBD 7000 TAS - See Map
Seats: 128 Chef: Scott Heffernan