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Asian Restaurants in Hobart

 Enjoy spicy seafood at Hobart’s Asian restaurants

As Australia’s only island state, Tasmania is a hotbed of locally sourced seafood. And with Hobart’s Asian restaurants cooking with authentic and pungent spices, it’s a match made in heaven. At Kathmandu Cuisine on Francis Street, for example, the seafood dishes are second to none. The machha masala (freshly caught fish cooked in a mild curry sauce) is ideal for those who enjoy texture over spice, while diners seeking something hotter can try the chilli prawns stir fried in the wok with vegetables and chilli.

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Asian Gourmet on the Pier

Asian Gourmet on the Pier

Hobart CBD
Asian$$$$
4.9/614
Asian Gourmet on the Pier
Kathmandu Cuisine

Kathmandu Cuisine

Battery Point
Asian$$$$
4.7/67
Kathmandu Cuisine

Post Street Social

Hobart CBD
Asian$$$$
Post Street Social

Westend Pumphouse

Hobart CBD
Asian$$$$
Westend Pumphouse
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    Enjoy succulent meats at Hobart’s Asian restaurants

    Many Asian cuisines are big on meat, and Hobart’s Asian restaurants have a range of dishes designed to tempt the tastebuds of meat lovers. Located just by the banks of the River Derwent, Asian Gourmet on the Pier on Franklin Wharf provides a harbourside setting for a meat extravaganza. Those who enjoy Cantonese char siu can opt for the BBQ pork with delicious seasoning, while fans of more gourmet meats can try the boneless duck (braised in herbs then battered and served with hoi sin sauce).
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    Go vegetarian at Asian restaurants in Hobart

    There are plenty of meat-free dishes on offer in most Asian cuisines, and the Asian restaurants in Hobart are serving up some of the finest veggie meals in the state. At Kathmandu Cuisine there are some excellent vegetarian curries available to try, including kerau paneer (cottage cheese and peas in a curry sauce) and dal jhaneko (red lentils flambéed over dry chillies and cumin seeds). And if you’re looking for something a little more Chinese, the vegetable chow mein on the noodle menu is guaranteed to satisfy.
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    Try a spicy breakfast at Hobart’s Asian restaurants

    Asian cuisine isn’t just for lunchtime or the evening. Hobart’s Asian restaurants serve up excellent authentic fare at all times of the day, and that includes the mornings as well. Down at Westend Pumphouse on Murray Street there’s a range of breakfast dishes on offer, including the breakfast laksa (chicken and prawns served with tofu and egg in a spicy soup) and the Thai scrambled eggs made with peanuts, shallots, coriander, a dash of chilli and more. Whether you’re a local heading to work or a tourist going off sightseeing at locations like the Narryna Heritage Museum or the Salamanca Market, what better way to start your day than with a hearty Asian breakfast?