Tas on a Plate - Presented by Tourism Northern Tasmania
Who will be the 2015 ‘Tas on a Plate’ Restaurant of the Year?
Each Regional Tourism Organisation will host a table for Conference delegates, at participating restaurants across the City of Launceston where local and seasonal produce will star on the menu.
Each restaurant will create a signature dish for delegates which will be judged not only by you, but also two very special ‘guest judges’. The winning restaurant will be crowned ‘Tas on a Plate’ Champion for 2015!
One Night Only: 2 June 2015In Advance:
- Contact one of our participating restaurants and ask to be added to the ‘TICT Tourism Conference table’
On The Night:
- Take the FREE McDermott’s coach service from the iiNet Tasmanian Tourism & Hospitality Industries Trade Show (Albert Hall) to the restaurant circuit
- Order a main course, and you’ll receive the chef’s special ‘Tas on a Plate’ entrée FREE
- Rate the chef’s special out of 10 (voting slips will be provided)
- The winning ‘Northern Tasmania on a Plate’ Restaurant of the Year will be announced at the Tasmanian Tourism Conference business sessions, Wednesday 3 June
41 George Street, Launceston
Ph: 6331 5009
Join us and some of our speakers for dinner at PX Tapas Wine - winner of 'Best Tasmanian Menu Creator' at the 2014 Northern Tourism Champions! At PX they recognise the world class produce being farmed in Tasmania, and change their menus daily to reflect this. PX is tasty, fresh, intimate, and very cool. We'll see you there.
Hosted by Tourism Industry Council Tasmania
Market Square Restaurant & Bar
Sebel, St John Street, Launceston
Ph: 6333 7555
Located on the ground floor of The Sebel Launceston, Market Square Restaurant serves seasonal fare featuring local ingredients from Tasmanian markets in all its menus. At Sebel Launceston, enjoy alfresco dining under a stunning tree canopy and extensive wine list from the Tasmanian regions for dinner. Market Square Restaurant is popular for casual meals with friends and family as well as a charming Launceston restaurant for special occasion dinners.
Hosted by Tourism Northern Tasmania
Brisbane Street Bistro
24 Brisbane Street, Launceston
Ph: 6333 0888
After twenty plus years of owning restaurants in Tasmania starting with 'Quigley’s Balfour Terrace' in the eighties, 'Schouten House' through the ninety’s, 'Fidler’s Brasserie' and then 'Fidler’s on the Bay' at St Helens in the naughties, Terry Fidler returned to Launceston to open the 'Brisbane Street Bistro'. This bistro reflects thirty-odd years of cooking lighter, more simply prepared dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. In just five years, Brisbane Street Bistro has attained awards for 'Best Informal Dining', 'Best European Restaurant 2011', and 'Best European Restaurant 2012', 'Best European Restaurant 2013', and 'Best Front of House 2012' from the Tasmanian Hospitality Association.
Hosted by Destination Southern Tasmania
Hallam’s Waterfront Seafood Restaurant
13 Park Street, Launceston
Ph: 6334 0554
Established in 1996 Hallam's Waterfront is an award winning seafood restaurant situated on Launceston's iconic Tamar yacht basin. Hallam's sources only the highest quality fresh seafood from the pristine waters around Tasmania such as Blue Eye Trevalla, Spring Bay Mussels, Pacific Oysters, Scallops and Southern Rock Lobster (Crayfish). Awarded 2013 Tasmanian Seafood Restaurant of the Year, Hallams Waterfront continues to provide excellent service showcasing only the best local produce available.
Hosted by East Coast Regional Tourism Organisation
The Avenue Restaurant
Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston, 29 Cameron Street, Launceston
Ph: 6311 1010
You're invited to the Cradle Coast 'Taster Plate and Degustation Dinner'. At the Avenue, Conference and Trade Show delegates will be seated in a private room, joined by producers from the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail. Sample amazing regional produce over five courses, including accompanying beverages from the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail.
Dinner is 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start. Ring and book today! Bookings are essential.
Hosted by Cradle Coast Authority