Devonport: The Best 7 Fine Dining Restaurants in Devonport
1.Indian Curry Devonport:
Indian Curry Devonport Restaurant has been part of the Devonport community for 2 years and the locals are still coming back and enjoying the range of delectable Indian dishes. Chef Deep and owner Davinder are originally from Northern India but the food they create here engages flavors from all across the country. The restaurant is always so welcoming that it is the perfect place for your family to have an Indian feast.
Phone: +61 03 64245069
Location: 10 Kempling St, Devonport TAS 7310, Australia
Mon-Sun5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
No wonder people love Italian cuisine! It’s warm, rich, and exciting! Just like the Italian-inspired dishes at Valentino’s Family Restaurant. Authentic Italian pasta, chicken, seafood, and steak, plus simply sensational pizzas! For afters, try one of Valentino’s tempting desserts and a great coffee.
58 Best St, Devonport, Tasmania 7310, Australia
phone no.= +61 3 6423 3377
3.Mrs. Jones Restaurant Bar Lounge:
Devonport Surf Club overlooks the beach at the Bluff and it’s in this picturesque location that you’ll find the intriguingly-named Mrs Jones Restaurant Bar Lounge. The restaurant offers spectacular views across the Bass Strait and inside the views aren’t too shabby either; with an open plan kitchen, copper clad bar and deep brown leather lounges to sink into. The Modern Australian menu offers plenty of soul food; seafood, slow-cooked meats and innovative veggie dishes.
Upper-level Devonport Surf Club
Devonport TAS 7310
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The Molly Malone statue in Grafton Street was unveiled by then Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alderman Ben Briscoe, during the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations, when 13 June was declared to be Molly Malone Day. The statue was presented to the city by Jury’s Hotel Group to mark the Millennium.
drift Dining and Bar is a stylish establishment in Kuala Lumpur city center that’s well-patronized for its diverse cuisine as well as extensive cocktail and wine list. Hailed as a modern Australian eatery, Drift is the brainchild of Robert Gilliland with the help of Donna Freeman, Ric Patterson, and Chef Angus Harrison, all of whom have made their mark in Sydney’s dining scene.
BON THAI WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL THURSDAY AUGUST 30, 2018 At Bon Thai we specialize in top quality authentic Thai food. Chef and kitchen staff are Thai. We have meals with no chilli and others as spicy as you like. We do not serve alcohol but you are welcome to bring your own and we supply glasses for a small charge. Where possible, we choose top quality Tasmanian produce so we can serve our guests the quality of food they expect from us
Address: 22 Don Rd, Devonport, Tasmania 7310, Australia
A bistro is, in its original Parisian incarnation, a small restaurant, serving moderately priced produce-driven meals in a relaxed, comfortable setting.
Bistro Camille brings this philosophy to life using Tasmania’s world-class product.
Camille’s Restaurant menu is written and prepared by Executive Chef Fabien Lefrancois who, having cooked and trained across both Europe and Australia, now resides here in Tasmania’s North.