Penny Royal Restaurant & Wine Bar
Penny Royal Adventures re-emerges with fabulous new & resurrected facilities accommodating a Wine/Cocktail/Whiskey Bar & Deck, and various eating areas & options to enjoy Casual Dining.
Chef Andy Sutherland (ex-Esca @ Mantra’s Hotel Charles & wife Christy (ex Josef Chromy), head the culinary & front of house team with a wealth of experience & skills. Expect a similar style of interesting Fusion/Modern Australian meals taking full advantage of the freshest of produce available.
Penny Royal Wine Bar & Restaurant is open to the public from Saturday 12 March, with the official Grand Opening taking place on Friday 18 March.
Elmslie comes to life again with the team at Matson Catering re-opening the café at the stunning homestead location of McEwans Road, Legana.
With glorious views overlooking the Tamar River & Valley, Elmslie Tasmania is an idyllic spot to sit back & relax with friends & family.
A well thought out café menu & drinks list is sure to please everyone’s palate.
Just a short 15 minute drive from the centre of Launceston, Elmslie Tasmania is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10.30am-4pm.
Please book to ensure availability and avoid disappointment.
More Info here: Elmslie Tasmania
James Boag Upper Deck
The Launceston Airport has expanded and now includes a spacious Restaurant, Bar & Coffee Shop with full length glass windows with views directly onto the tarmac.
The James Boag Upper Deck eatery sources quality local ingredients & produce from Tasmanian suppliers which culminates in a delightful selection of breakfast dishes, snacks, deli goods, pasta, salads & sides & even a children’s menu to satisfy the littlies.
Dietary options are catered for together with Express Meals for those in a hurry or time poor.
A range of beverages features Tassie wines, beer & ciders together with fresh juices, smoothies & hot drinks.
Hudson’s Coffee offers quick & light takeaway choices of rolls, baked goods, sweet & savoury pastries & much more.
Ut Si Café
Not often does this happen!
Ut Si Café closed down & renowned Chef Sean Keating opened up in the quaint little church at Perth, Tasmania. Named Phoenix & the Wolf, after his two small children, it quickly became a firm favourite amongst locals & tourists alike. But, after just over 12 months in business, the shock announcement came that Phoenix & the Wolf had closed down suddenly due to personal circumstances.
Original owner of the Ut Si Café, Colette Barnes, decided to re-open after 3 months of solid hard work refurbishing, painting and resurrecting the café and garden.
The popular Café re-opened on Thursday 10 March 2016.” ”>