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Ricotta gnocchi with black truffle, hazelnuts, Brussel sprouts and cured egg yolk; huge quantities of wine; smoked ham hock, golden plums, chicken liver parfait and grapes.
Perched atop the entire Mona site on Main Road in Berriedale, The Source restaurant is a temple to approachable, high-quality Tasmanian seasonal dining. Sweeping views, lush living moss-and-herb tables, work-of-art cutlery and impeccable service round out an experience like no other at this venue where artwork hangs on the ceiling and under tables. The daring menu is built around exceptional fresh local produce and a sense of adventure, while sommeliers are on hand to guide you through an extensive wine list. Settle in with Pacific oysters and anchovy mayo; before abalone, mushrooms, leaves, daikon, chicken skin and master stock, or pork belly with almond and raisin mole, green apples, tamarind and cauliflower. Chocolate mousse, passionfruit and pepperberry make for an indulgent finish.
Museum of Old and New Art, 655 Main Road, Berriedale 7011 TAS - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos
Seats: 70 Chef: Terry Clark
- Up to 70 Guests
- Birthday Party
- Dinner Party