Landscape Restaurant & Grill

Gault&Millau's review

Executive Chef Alex Katsman’s contemporary menu is centred on the outstanding fresh produce of local suppliers. Located in the waterfront precinct and housed in the old historic IXL jam factory, the elegant restaurant takes its name from the iconic landscape art of John Glover that is on display. The keystone of Chef Katsman’s food is the asado grill, it is the ‘raison d’être’ of the restaurant. Of course, there is a great choice of meat dishes on the menu, with all steak from the asado grill served with grilled baby gem lettuce and one of the five sauces on offer. The wood-fire quail with smoked apple, witlof and celery looks great on the plate but, more importantly, it tastes amazing. The wild clover lamb rump with Jerusalem artichoke and kale is a perfect representation of delicious Tasmanian produce. Cooked on that special grill by a passionate chef is a reason for most guests to go back time and again. PSST! Landscape offers an exceptional wine list, with a sommelier on hand to advise on matching that amazing food. Reviewed for the 2019 Guide


23 Hunter Street, Hobart
7000 Hobart


+61 1800 436 797

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Opening hours

Monday  18:00 - 22:00
Tuesday  18:00 - 22:00
Wednesday  18:00 - 22:00
Thursday  18:00 - 22:00
Friday  18:00 - 22:00
Saturday  18:00 - 22:00
Sunday  18:00 - 22:00


  • Hugh Whitehouse,  Manager
  • Alex Katsman,  Chef


Romantic Desert Grill & gratar Fără gluten Modernă

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The Lounge by Frogmore Creek

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The Glass House
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16 / 20

The Glass House

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Modernă Fără gluten

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The Black-Footed Pig

The Black-Footed Pig

8 Brooke Street, Hobart, 7000 Hobart

Iberic Fără gluten

Chefs Marcus Faulkner and Ethan Fittler send out a diverse selection of tapas and raciones to complement an excellent wine list that is selected in partnership with accomplished sommelier Joseph Burton, formerly of MONA’s The Source. Just around the corner from the famous Salamanca Markets, The Black-Footed Pig sits proudly in one of Hobart’s oldest buildings. Yet despite these heritage surroundings, what the team are doing here is anything but old-fashioned. Starters include confit prawn with a citrus froth, fresh oysters with Spanish cava and jamón, and the wagyu beef carpaccio with chimichurri, which gives a friendly nod to Italian and Argentinian influences. There are some impressive main dishes, such as the pressed beef cheek with a marrow crumb, which is outstanding. A wood-smoked potato puree with truffled mushrooms and porcini pearls is another hearty dish that is great for a cold Tasmanian evening. And, of course, there is paella available for those eager for the Spanish experience. PSST! If someone special is celebrating their birthday, a custom-made cake can be arranged. Reviewed for the 2019 Guide