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Slow-cooked Cape Grim beef short rib, with sautéed oyster mushrooms, baby turnips, buttered kale, Parmesan and breadcrumbs; paired with 2021 Josef Chromy Cabernet Merlot.
A few words from Josef Chromy Restaurant
Winery restaurant located 10 minutes south of Launceston and set among old English gardens overlooking a picturesque lake, winery and a 61-hectare vineyard. The restaurant matches the best local regional produce with award-winning wines for unique à la carte lunches, or enjoy a casual cheese plate in the gardens.
One of Tourism Australia's Ultimate Winery Experiences, the cellar door is housed in the original 1880s homestead. Book in for a COVID-Safe seated wine flight and sample some of the best wines Tasmania has to offer, all grown, made, bottled and aged on the property.
Josef Chromy Wines Restaurant on Relbia Road in Relbia is a stunning location to experience superb Tasmanian wines and fine cuisine made with fresh local produce. Set among old English gardens, stands of 100-year-old oak trees overlooking a picturesque lake, winery and a 61-hectare vineyard, the property is a 15-minute drive south of Launceston. Acclaimed as one of Australia's top 10, the cellar door is housed in the original 1880s homestead; there's always a log fire burning while you taste a wide range of award-winning cool-climate wines. Graze on plates such as wallaby pastrami carpaccio, kohlrabi remoulade, white anchovy, pine nut dressing, pepper berry, grapes and chives; before grilled pork collar, miso and brown butter glaze, cabbage, roasted celeriac crème, chicory and cumquat.
370 Relbia Road, Relbia 7258 TAS - See Map
This dish came onto the menu in my first Summer at Josef Chromy and quickly became a customer favourite. The match of flavours, with our Vibrant Estate Chardonnay, or aromatic Pinot Gris are great matches for me. The sauce is also so adaptable to different types of the best fish we can find during the peak fishing season here in Tassie.
Roasted Celeriac, Mushroom Broth, Sautéed Mushrooms, Macadamia and Nori - Chef Recipe by Nick Raitt.
Tasmania’s slow-growing environment gives the celeriac a meaty, nutty and earthy flesh, while the nori and mushroom broth make this a warming dish.
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Seats: 106 Chef: Nick Raitt