Enjoy top-notch food at Chinese restaurants after exploring Hobart
As the largest city on the fascinating island of Tasmania, there's lots to see here when you head out in the morning and start exploring. The Salamanca Market near St David's Park is a creative hub for the state's artisans and craft makers with everything from unusual ceramics to locally-made jewellery available for you to pick up. Meanwhile, the Museum of Old and New Art just over the water exhibits a clever mixture of artistic eras and even has an on-site winery! Then, after a day of sightseeing, there's nothing better than a gorgeous meal at one of Hobart's many Chinese restaurants. For one of the jewels in the crown of Hobart’s Chinese restaurants, try AWU Delicious Food on Hunter Street. Tasmania is an island, after all, so the seafood available here is to die for. Popular Chinese classics like fried prawns with salt and pepper are available, while vegetarians can treat themselves to hand-split cabbage, a classic Hunan dish with a crisp texture and a dash of spice.