Best Chinese Restaurants in Hobart

Best Chinese Restaurants in Hobart
Woman easting at a Chinese Restaurant. Source: BS

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

Hobart’s Best Chinese Restaurants:

The top rated Chinese Restaurants dealing with authentic Chinese food and specialties are:

  • AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant
  • Will’s House Asian Cuisine
  • Ming Court Restaurant

AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant

AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant
AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant

AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant, locates at 1/15 Hunter St. Hobart. They offer Northern Chinese cuisine which is normally spicier, more robust, deep and earthly flavoured. The style is epitomized in his traditional fiery beef with black pepper and braised pork Belly – each rich, complex and wonderful heart-warmers. A variety of wines are available in the restaurant to match any choices of dishes.

AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant provides excellent surroundings and friendly service. It is an ideal place to enjoy a pleasant meal or business lunch.

Products/Services:

Wonton Soup, Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup, Steamed Egg, Fried Prawn with Salt and Pepper, Saute Scallops with Vegetable, Seafood Hot and Sour Soup, Special Fish Fillet, Saute King Prawns with Fresh Garlic, Awu Special Tofu, King Prawns with Scrambled Egg, Stir Fried Green Beans, Hand Split Cabbage & Special Nut with Zucchini

LOCATION:

Address1/15 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6234 4200
Website: www.awums.com.au

REVIEWS:

“One of the best overseas Chinese restaurant. Surprised the taste is closed to our home cooked food. Service from all the staffs is excellence. Strongly recommended.” – Dave Lee

Will’s House Asian Cuisine

Will's House Asian Cuisine
Will’s House Asian Cuisine

Will’s House Asian Cuisine is owned by Will. Almost a decade ago Will decided to invite people into his House on Elizabeth St. What began as a humble desire to serve authentic Chinese food to the people of Tasmania soon grew to be a reputable restaurant that sent food lovers and critics into an excited flurry. Will’s high standards For both himself and his staff has allowed Chinese cuisine to flourish in the tough Tasmanian market.

With Ten Years of Four-Star restaurant experience under his belt, their Chef is a master of Lu, Sichuan and Hunan cuisine. Hailing from Weihai in Shandong province his mastery of his “Native” cuisine is almost supernatural.

Products/Services:

Soup, Entree, Chicken, Pork, Beef, Duck, Lamb, Seafood, Tofu, Rice & Noodles, Special, Dessert

LOCATION:

AddressAustralia, Elizabeth St, AU TAS Hobart
Phone: (03) 6234 1624
Website: www.willshouse.com.au

REVIEWS:

“This is a family trip. We are from Sichuan china. We love Chinese food however we could not find a real Chinese restaurant. We just walk in the restaurant call ”Will’s House Asian Cuisine”. The food is good. 4 dishes and one soup, I couldn’t remember the name of the food. But we eat really full. We will come back next year. Thx for bring us home.” – Piye Malei

Ming Court Restaurant

Ming Court Restaurant
Ming Court Restaurant

Ming Court Restaurant is a Chinese cuisine and 70 seat restaurant located at 636a Sandy Bay Road in Sandy Bay. The general ambience is based on Chinese old fashion restaurants and their menus are based on Chinese traditional meals and include most of the popular Chinese dishes providing you with a variety of taste and style at a reasonable price.

Products/Services:

Entree & Appetisers, Soup, Noodles, Chicken, Duck, Pork, Beef, Seafood, Vegetables, Sweet & Sour, Omelettes, Curry, Rice, Desserts, Beverages, Banquet

LOCATION:

Address636A Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005
Phone: (03) 6225 3107
Website: www.mingcourt.net

REVIEWS:

“We stumbled upon this place late-ish one night. What a nice surprise. The food was great and pleasant atmosphere. We had dim sims, steamed pork dumplings, Kung Pao chicken (a spicy version of sweet and sour) and Singapore noodles. All tasted fresh and flavorsome.” – Brenda Gratton

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