Best Cafes in Hobart

Best Cafes in Hobart
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Below is a list of the top and leading Cafes in Hobart. To help you find the best Cafes located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Hobart’s Best Cafes:

The top rated Cafes dealing with the best food and drink menus such as coffee, tea and special recipes are:

  • Pigeon Hole
  • Hamlet Hobart Cafe
  • Harbour Lights Cafe

Pigeon Hole

Pigeon Hole uses fresh produce grown at Weston Farm wherever possible. The cafe’s menu is an ever evolving thing, reliant on the chefs’ knowledge of what the farm is producing through regular visits to source food, participation in general farming activities, and a real and direct connection with the land.

Pigeon Hole Cafe is fully licensed, serving Tassie wine, beer and cider.

Products/Services:

Cappuccino, Coffee, Long Black, Flat White, Espresso Drinks, Mocha, Macchiato, Cafe Latte, Green Tea, Flavored Teas, Seasonal Fruits, Stone Ground Toasts, Yoghurt, Free-Range Ham, Bacon Crumb, Turkish Fishcakes, Gingerbread Granola, Cold Sammie, Wraps, Burger, Marinated Mushrooms, Fresh Soups, Salads, Chicken Wings, Sandwiches, Baked Eggs & Bread

LOCATION:

Address93 Goulburn St, West Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6236 9306
Website: www.pigeonholecafe.com.au

REVIEWS:

“One of the best Cafe in my life. Good place , I like that mood of this cafe. The most really good is Bread. I like that is thick and smooth inside and crispy on the outside.I would like visit again if i trevel in Hobart.” – Trainer SYD

Hamlet Hobart Cafe

Hamlet Hobart Cafe‘s food philosophy follows the basic ideals that Hamlet was built on: connecting with community. They believe that by connecting with local growers wherever possible, and encouraging conversations around best food practice, they are fostering a strong local community. They consider themselves incredibly lucky to be in Tasmania, with access to amazing, fresh, locally grown produce and farmers who really care about the impact they are having on our land.

Products/Services:

Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Catering

LOCATION:

Address40 Molle St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 0407 169 352
Website: www.hamlet.org.au

REVIEWS:

“A business doing amazing work for the community. Food is also good with great coffee and other beverages.” -Brian Poynton

Harbour Lights Cafe

Harbour Lights Cafe
Harbour Lights Cafe

Harbour Lights Cafe is founded by Robbie Marino, born to humble immigrant parents that landed on Hobart shores by boat in the mid 50’s.

Robbie grew up eating traditional Italian food prepared by both his parents and the ingredients were mainly dictated by the vegetables growing in the garden. His earliest childhood memories include the smell of simmering garlic, olive oil and fresh tomatoes being cooked in a huge pan while he and his siblings kicked a soccer ball around the backyard.

Robbie took ownership of Harbour Lights in 1997 and in that time used his extensive experience in hospitality to continue to evolve it into the award winning business it is today. Housed in a heritage building that dates back to the late 1800s, Harbour Lights today exudes charm and honesty and strives to deliver on its promise of an experience to be savoured.

Products/Services:

Espresso, Coffee, Latte, Flat White, Organic Leaf Tea, Long Black, Piccolo Latte, Cappuccino, Hot Chocolate, Macchiato, Ristretto, Doppio, Chai Latte, Affogato, Flavored Syrups, Milk Options, Babycino, Iced Drinks, Fresh Juices, Smoothies, Antipasti, Insalata, Salads, Smoked Salmon, Contorni, Pizza, Bacon, Bruschetta, Milkshakes & Gluten-Free Bread

LOCATION:

Address29 Morrison St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6224 2138
Website: www.harbourlightscafe.com.au

REVIEWS:

“The staff were really nice. Plenty of places to sit. Both inside, outside and upstairs. They have a good breakfast menu. I went with the full breakfast which I struggled to finish the size was so big. The coffee was really good too. One of the few cafes open in Central Hobart early in the morning and well worth trying.” – Kelvin Manuel