They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Well we think there’s nothing better than waking up and strolling down Hampden Road in search of coffee, eggs or something sweet. But where to go!? With so many options it’s hard to choose. Here are our top 5 picks for breakfast in Battery Point. All are within walking distance of the Grand Old Duke.
1. Jackman & McRoss
Just a minute up the road from the Grand Old Duke, this Hobart favourite is always busy and always delivers exceptional pastries, eggs, frittatas, croissants, and service. You can’t go past the vanilla slice or a simple almond croissant! Or take home a loaf of their traditional bread for lunch.
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2. Pollen Tea Room
If you’re feeling a little overindulged or craving something healthy, try Pollen Tea Room. They’ve got a simple selection of teas, delicious smoothies and healthy breakfasts like their avocado on sourdough with dukkah eggs. Delish! Find them on Facebook here.
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3. Tricycle Cafe
If you’re up for a walk to Salamanca Place, why not try the much loved Tricycle Cafe. Famous for it’s delicious coffee and scrambled eggs it’s hidden next to the old Peacock Theatre.
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Along Hampden Road, just up from Jackman & McRoss is newbie, Kombi. This vegetarian health food restaurant has some creative takes on traditional items. With a healthy twist. Coffee, smoothie bowls, toasted sandwiches and more. The setting is bright and colourful.
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5. Tavern 42° South, Elizabeth Pier
A short walk past the bars and restaurants of Salamanca and towards the marina. The Elizabeth Street Pier is home to several restaurants and bars including T42°. Enjoy breakfast out beside the water. This is the best spot to be for the arrival of the Sydney to Hobart yachts! They dock right beside the restaurant. Good coffee, simple, tasty breakfast and unbeatable location.
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