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Burger Challenge at Burger Junkie

We were worried that we would leave Tasmania’s shores without ever having the opportunity to try some of the exciting new burger options that have emerged in and around Launceston in the last couple of years. An unexpected change to our holiday plans meant that we had the chance to try the burgers from Burger Junkie, one of Launceston’s most recommended food trucks. So, how did they stack up against their southern counterparts…?

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Smolt Kitchen and the Time Lords

Smolt Kitchen is one of those venues that you would be proud to call your ‘local’. We gave them time, and they used to it to great effect. At its heart the food really stands out as something special. And then in support you have a really interesting wine list with clear influences from heavy-hitters Frank and Smolt. If you’re looking for a meal with a difference, and don’t mind forking out for quality, drop by Smolt Kitchen and see what you think!

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No joke, it’s The Glass House!

The Glass House boldly proclaim their presence as ‘redefining style on Hobart’s waterfront’. Lofty ambitions. While it would be a stretch to claim all the glory with a sensational venue such as Aloft perched atop their broad rafters, they certainly take a lead role! At The Glass House, Style is queen and she reigns supreme!

The Latvian LunchroomThe Latvian Lunchroom

The Latvian Lunchroom | Adelaide

I don’t know why, but Latvian cuisine doesn’t seem to get the same reaction as French or Italian. What could be more romantic than potatoes, oily herrings, sauerkraut, pitch black rye bread more dense than lead…oh, and did I forget the potatoes? Ah my love, come hither and let me ladle bread soup and cabbage twixt your ruby red lips…

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2016 Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend

It’s been far too long between drinks. Literally! Anything involving the consumption of wine is always a much anticipated event, but when it came to the 2016 Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend we were a little gun-shy considering that our last experience at the White Wine Weekend back in 2013 was marred by a combination of lukewarm wines and an unruly mob…