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Location & Map

87 Bathurst Street, Hobart CBD 7000 TAS - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  12:00:PM - 10:30:PM
Tue  12:00:PM - 10:30:PM
Wed  12:00:PM - 10:30:PM
Thu  12:00:PM - 10:30:PM
Fri  12:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Sat  12:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Sun  4:00:PM - 9:00:PM

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Member Reviews (2)

McWhere

The New Sydney Hotel (The Greatest Little Pub In Town est 1835) is situated in Bathurst Street Hobart, near the Central City Shopping Mall, offers log fires, 16 Beer on tap, (these change regularly) 11 wines by the glass, Function room, Beer Garden, Irish session 3pm to late every saturday and open 364 days a year. Note: No TV, No Pokies. The moment you walk in the door you are greeted with a large eclectic array of Irish signs, photographs, and Irish memorabilia. On the dining end wall is a large colourful copy of a renoir master painting, depicting a French Dining Scene. The bar area is expansive and comfortable, with dining areas available at either end. The side wall occupies a large menu board, topped with character portraits of many famous people, including, Entertainers, Prime Ministers and Presidents, all creating a fascinating and friendly ambience. This Hotel is unpretentious, quaint and cosy. The extensive menu includes, blood sausage, lamb rump, pork belly, crispy goat, bobby veal, and paella, all prepared by a very experienced International chef. The dessert menu is to die for, including golden syrup dumplings with Baileys ice-cream and honeycomb, a Trio of berry, pistachio and coffee ice cream and vanilla creme brullee, with coffee soil and pistachio. We chose crumbed scallops with beer battered fries and salad, a perennial favourite; and crispy goat shoulder served with spiced chick peas, pumpkin and chick peas tendrils, for the more adventurous, and served in its own small frypan on a wooden block, looked good, tasted even better. Our desserts of golden syrup dumplings with Baileys ice-cream and honey comb, Vanilla creme brullee, with coffee soil and pistachio, finished the meal very satisfactorily, a memorable dinning experience. The excellent service staff contributed to the excellent evening. A must visit when in Hobart.

McWhere

"If your Irish come into the parlour" The fist Hotel in Hobart to stock Guinness. A tremendous promoter and supporter, of all things Irish. Step inside and you could be in Galway. The walls are festooned with Irish memorabilia, creating a quirky ambience. Huge log fire, no pokies, 18 beers on tap, No TV's, No juke box, but live music, 4 nights a week. Very close to Main St shopping. An extensive wine list, great food, plus large function rooms, and accommodation. It's all here and not just Pub Grub, but very affordable. We enjoyed the salmon special, crushed potatoes, turtle beans, zucchini & merlot vinaigrette. A very sophisticated plate. With a side order of sweet potato cakes, a perfect accompaniment. Crumbed scallops, with beer battered fries and salad, both meals cooked to perfection. The desserts sounded so enticing, we had to experience. A Golden Syrup Dumplings with Baileys ice cream and honeycomb, and A Vanilla Creme Brûlée, with coffee & pistachio. Both absolutely scrumptious. The quality of the food would be equal to many exclusive restaurants. The pizza of the week was, roast lamb, white beans & pumpkin, which sounded intriguing. This Hotel was a revelation, though not to the locals, as it was packed. Though busy, there was good friendly professional service throughout