Happy World Ocean Day!
Want to know how our restaurants are practising sustainability within their kitchens?
Ormeggio at the Spit values their close relationships with local fisherman Costa Nemitsas to source the best locally and sustainably caught seafood for their menu. This respect and knowledge for the produce shines through in their delicious dishes.
1802 Oyster Bar, SA
The perfect way to enjoy a spread of fresh oysters is at 1802 Oyster Bar, looking on to Coffin Bay where oysters are caught fresh daily. There is little delay bringing these delicacies from ocean to table, creating a sustainable and delicious dining experience.
Aloft is passionate about local produce. Their menu reflects the changing seasons and the raw nature of Tasmania. They aim to, and succeed in, highlighting the relationship between nature, quality produce and our cultural history.
Continually inspired by nature, the creative process for chef Peter Gilmore begins in working closely with the farmers, fishermen, producers and artisans who cultivate bespoke produce exclusively for Quay.
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