Tasmania is known for its world renouned produce and wine. for the travelling foodie we highly recommend the below for those wishing to taste all Tasmania has to offer 

Mrs Jones

For the fine dining enthusiast Mrs Jones offer contempary dining by the waterfront at Devonports iconic beach, The Bluff. 

The restaurant reflects a passion for local produce and an extensive wine list to create a unique dining experience on the North West Coast of Tasmania.


The Food and wine Conservatory

The Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory is a restaurant & providore specializing in providing the ultimate ‘Tasmanian experience’.


Our signature Tasmanian platters offer a gastronomic tour of our island, while our a la carte menu offers delicious paddock-to-plate cuisine, changing daily using what is fresh, local and in season.  

House of Anvers Chocolate/cafe 

The House of Anvers is located directly on the main highway between Devonport and Launceston and is situated to capture most of the "food lovers on the move" travelling to and from Tasmania's two main ferries and Devonport airport

Anvers confectionery was established as a cottage industry in November 1989, by Igor Van Gerwen, who came to Australia from Belgium.

During his six years as a student at the Institute of Foodstuffs in Antwerp, Belgium, and by working for some of the finest patisseries in the Flemish and Walloon regions, Igor learnt, amongst other culinary skills, the art of handling chocolate. He was trained by Roger Geerts, world renowned confectioner and author of "Belgian Pralines".


Ghost Rock Vineyard

The modern and vibrant Cellar Door & Eatery offers wine tastings of Ghost Rock's entire range and a modern Tasmanian lunch menu featuring local produce. With striking views over it's vineyards, rolling countryside and Bass Strait, it's easy to see why it's a popular hangout.  One of the coolest wine regions in the State (and most probably Australia), it's one of the State's most unique wine experiences.