Nobody showcases Tasmania’s superb produce as proudly as the Roaring Grill in Hobart. These guys are dedicated to proving the superiority of local ingredients – they claim some of the cleanest soil and rainwater on Earth has a lot to do with it – and they have the culinary mastery to present them in ways nobody can resist. Sure, the grill is the main feature here on the corner of Elizabeth and Burnett streets in North Hobart, and their Robbins Island Japanese full-blood grass-fed wagyu 30-day-aged porterhouse is a mouthful you are guaranteed to remember. Roaring Grill offers so much more than fabulous steakhouse fare, though, and a few visits and jumps around the menu will reveal some of the best in modern Australian cuisine to be found in Tasmania. From all-night Greek-style lamb shoulder to Italian panna cotta zooped up with honey, yoghurt, lemongrass and roasted pistachio, the food at Roaring Grill is bound to leave a lasting impression.
Absolutely fantastic. Everything was perfect. There was nine of us out for dinner & not one complaint! We will definitely be going back that's for sure.
Great atmosphere, amazing food. We had the slow cooked lamb and it was beautiful. The staff are friendly and helpful. Will definitely be going back soon.
Everything was up to their usual high standard. My dinner guest had never been before and is guaranteed to return after her dining experience. Food and service was spot on!