The best food and dining in Battery Point
If you’re lucky enough to be staying or living in Battery Point, then good news! You’re close to some of the best eateries in Hobart and with so much variety you could dine somewhere different every night of the week.
Here are a few of our favourite places for breakfast, lunch and dinner on (or very close to) Hampden Road. All are within a stone’s throw of the Grand Old Duke so if you’re too tired to venture far, don’t worry!
BREAKFAST & LUNCH
A Tiny Place
Former Source chef (MONA’s restaurant) has opened up his own small cafe just off Hampden Road, on Frances Street. Open for breakfast and lunch Wednesday to Saturday, plus dinner on Fridays and Saturdays, expect a seasonal menu made with local produce and an Asian twist.
Website | Ph: (+61) 362 256 771 | e: email@example.com
Pollen Tea Room
Although tea takes centre stage here, don’t be concerned if you’d prefer a coffee, smoothie or a bite to eat. Pollen Tea Room is the perfect stop for a healthy breakfast or lunch. Pop in Monday – Sunday.
Website | Ph: (03) 6224 8000
Jackman & McRoss
A Hobart staple and not to be missed. Jackman & McRoss is so much more than a bakery; a delicious and ever-changing selection of breakfasts that offer excellent value for money. Take home their chutneys, jams or a loaf of bread, it’s all 5 star.
Website | Ph: (03) 6223 3186
Monsoon Thai Fusion
This place is an absolute gem. Right across the road from us at the Grand Old Duke you can dine in or take away. Monsoon Thai Fusion have all your favourite Thai dishes plus an incredible selection of signature dishes. The service, wine and atmosphere is excellent. Try the Roast Duck Thai Salad, it’s delicious. Open for dinner 7 days.
Website | (03) 6224 4101
Da Angelo Italian Restaurant
Traditional Italian food from a restaurant that’s been in the same spot for over 20 years. There’s a reason this place has survived the test of time – it’s good, honest food made fresh. You’ll need to make a booking here, it’s always packed out. Open 7 days for dinner & Fridays for lunch.
Website | Ph: (03) 6223 7011
Prince of Wales Hotel
The local pub complete with Aussie pub classics, friendly bar staff and great counter meals. This place is popular with locals and a great spot to chat over a beer and get a feel for the area. The Prince of Wales was one of Battery Point’s first pubs and used to look like the Grand Old Duke, but sadly the original building was torn down and rebuilt in the 60’s. Although it looks utilitarian now it has a long history and is remains an iconic part of Hobart. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. No booking required.
Website | Ph: (03) 6223 6355
Your taste of Nepalese food right here in Hobart. A lovely mix of traditional dishes made with local produce.
Website | Ph: (03) 6224 8800
We love this place, just off Hampden Road, just a few metres up along Waterloo Crescent. Sourcing local produce from artisan suppliers, 3J offers another take on traditional Japanese fare. Not sure what to order? Choose the set menu, it’s a great selection with just the right amount of food. Open from 5:30pm, Wednesday to Saturday.
Website | Ph: (03) 6224 1606
Delicious Indian food since 2001. A Battery Point staple. Open 7 days.
Website | Ph: (o3) 6223 4500
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