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Baja California isn’t as renowned as its neighbour to the north, it has to be said, but there is a lot to be said in favour of their food. It takes in all the classics of Mexican cuisine, alongside their native regional styles, which incorporate more Mediterranean influences and some Asian flavours too, taken from the nearby United States. Sons of Baja offer a taste of this unique part of the world in the heart of North Hobart on Elizabeth Street, with a menu chocka with ceviche, tacos, Mexican mains and churros to eat and cocktails, craft beers and ciders to drink. When you’re looking for a taco treat in Hobart, then there can only be one option: not south of the border, down Mexico way, and more north of the city, Sons of Baja style.
Food was tasty, but the service wasn't great. Menu is confusing, two tacos for $15 gives you the impression that when you order tacos you get two... Not one.
The service was great and the food was really good. We really appreciated the fact that the staff were helpful in organising take away containers for the food we didn't finish
Great food and service with some live music being trialled creating a relaxed atmosphere. Well done to the team. Recommend to anyone wanting to eat in North Hobart.
Experience a taste of Baja California in North Hobart at Sons of Baja, an exciting restaurant that stands out amongst the rest of Hobart’s Mexican eateries with its unique flavours. Whether its for a casual lunch or an evening meal, Sons of Baja draws in foodies from all over the area, with its light and airy setting and authentic cuisine making you feel like you really are south of the border. We recommend starting off your feast with the kingfish ceviche flavoured with grapefruit, jalapeno, coriander and ginger, or the fried school prawns served with a caper and jalapeno mayo.
Then, tuck into some tacos with mouthwatering fillings like achiote and orange pork belly with pickled pineapple salsa and spicy cauliflower with peanut slaw, some quesadillas or a sharing plate like the chicken mole with red rice, refried beans and crispy shallots. Be sure to leave room for more though because you won’t want to miss out on the churros! Found on Elizabeth Street in North Hobart, Sons of Baja a favourite among Hobart’s foodies, so be sure to book ahead to avoid missing out.