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Lamb rump, garlic yogurt, farm green, chimichurri and jus.
Explore an abundant harvest gathered from port to wilderness at Grain of the Silos on Lindsay Street in Invermay. It’s a bit off the beaten track, but this dining destination sits proudly in a patch of Tassie brimming with good food and people – from Flinders Island wallaby to Boomer Bay oysters and the creamiest Dutch potatoes, expect perennial favourites and seasonal treasures on a carefully curated menu. A meander around Tasmania’s wine regions accompanies the menu, think dinner temptations of wood-fired calamari, fish garum, fennel, salsa verde and lemon to start, or beef tartare, truffle emulsion, mustard, shallot, pear and potato crisp. For the main, dele into lamb rump, garlic yoghurt, farm greens, chimichurri and jus, or potato gnocchi, pumpkin, brown butter, sage and ricotta.
89-91 Lindsay Street, Invermay, Launceston 7250 TAS - See Map
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Seats: 126 Chef: Thomas Pirker