Father’s Day lunch in Hobart: 3 September 2017

If you’re thinking of treating your old man to some great food this Father’s Day, then check out our list of the best lunch spots in Hobart.

Tasmania is all about fresh seafood, local produce and high-quality ingredients and that leads to a vibrant and diverse restaurant scene.

So whether you’re a Tassie native or are heading to Hobart for a special weekend, check out these eateries and find the right food for the special man in your life.

Hobart's Father's Day hotspots



If you’re looking for somewhere funky to take your old man, head to Preachers. It’s a cool courtyard-style beer garden serving up a range of burgers, cocktails and local craft beers.

Address: 5 Knopwood St, Hobart

Website: Preachers


Me Wah

This high-end Chinese restaurant serves up a range of authentic dishes in its elegant dining room. This is one for wine lovers, with a huge wine list and dedicated sommelier.

Address: 16 Magnet Court, Sandy Bay

Website: Me Wah


Frank Restaurant

If your old man likes his meat, then Frank Restaurant is for you. Think beautifully-cooked local meat in an Argentinian style.

Address: 1 Franklin Wharf, Hobart

Website: Frank Restaurant


Burger Haus

Juicy burgers are served up in this fun, lively and casual bar. There is also a great range of drinks, which you should enjoy on the open balcony.

Address: 364A Elizabeth Street, North Hobart

Website: Burger Haus


The New Sydney Hotel

The laid-back New Sydney Hotel is famous for its high-end pub grub and wide selection of craft beers, all served in its cosy dining room.

Address: 87 Bathurst Street, Hobart

Website: The New Sydney Hotel

Fish Frenzy

Fish Frenzy

Fish Frenzy is all about old-fashioned fish and chips in authentic English-style chip cones, served in a beautiful warehouse overlooking the pier.

Address: Elizabeth Street Pier, Morrison St, Hobart

Website: Fish Frenzy


The Naked Bike Cafe

There is plenty of heart-stopping fare at the Naked Bike Cafe. Be prepared for large portions and a laid-back, funky atmosphere.

Address: 13 Church St, Geeveston

Website: The Naked Bike Cafe

Monsoon Thai

Monsoon Thai Fusion

Think traditional Thai dishes amongst a modern style restaurant and you’re on the money at Monsoon Thai. There’s a range of vegetarian and vegan dishes available, so if dad is off the meat this place will fit the bill.

Address: 46A Hampden Road, Battery Point

Website: Monsoon Thai Fusion


Raincheck Lounge

With a menu that brings favourites from around the world, plus some big sharing plates, Raincheck Lounge will please the whole brood – no matter how picky or how large...

Address: 392 Elizabeth St, North Hobart

Website: Raincheck Lounge


Burger Got Soul

For a relaxed feast, check out Burger Got Soul. The speciality is, you’ve guessed it, burgers. all made with locally sourced, and made from fresh ingredients.

Address: 160 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay

Website: Burger Got Soul

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