Heirloom Tomatoes with Pyengana Foam, Pub Mustard and Pangrattato
Using Hill Farm preserves from Sisters Creek on the north-west coast of Tasmania, this recipe from C...
Clover Hill lamb tartare, whipped anchovy and Jerusalem artichoke.
Perched at the end of Brooke Street pier, The Glass House is Hobart’s premier dining bar, with commanding water views over the Derwent River. True to the name, this innovative restaurant glows like a beacon at night as guests enjoy romantic, leisurely dining, surrounded by glass on all sides and in the comfort of soft leather couches and frosted green chairs. Settle on brown leather bar stools at the bold, copper bar under a reflective ceiling for a drink, before selecting from a menu brimming with fresh Tasmanian produce. Opt to begin with kingfish crudo, grapefruit, padron chilli and pickled green coriander; moving on to slow-cooked Cape Grim beef cheek, kale, celeriac and pickled walnuts. For a divine dessert, try caramel chocolate, blood orange, hazelnut brittle and crème fraiche.
Level 1, Brooke Street Pier, Hobart CBD 7000 TAS - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 60 Chef: David Ball