After a slight delay we were called to board our flight home to Melbourne. Our Hong Kong adventure was over.
Piyada Thai is on Maroondah Highway in Mitcham. I had dinner there with three friends on a Wednesday night.
Maldini is an Italian cafe and restaurant in Hobart’s Salamanca. J and I had our last meal in Hobart there with The Mole, iS, The Barrister and The Barrister’s Fiancee.
When we were checking in at the Qantas First Class desk at the Hong Kong airport the gentlemen behind the counter gave us directions to the lounge. Except he didn’t. He gave us directions to the Business Lounge, not the First Class lounge.
Salveté is one of many cafes in Hobart’s Salamanca area, being placed in the square behind all the lovely sandstone buildings. J and I had breakfast there on our second morning in Hobart.
Our last day in Hong Kong and time for one more dim sum lunch before heading to the airport for our flight home.
Garagistes is a trendy restaurant in Murray street Hobart (though it bills itself as a wine bar). In fact, it is so trendy it doesn’t take bookings. If you want to dine at Gargistes, you need to get there early, or be prepared to wait. The staff will take your phone number and give you a call when they can fit you in, and in a clever marketing ploy will suggest you pop around to Sidecar, a bar owned by the same people, where you can have snacks and a beverage while you wait. Of course you don’t have to go to Sidecar, you can do whatever you please!
J and I first dined at The Source five years ago before it was called The Source. I can’t remember what it was called back then, but it was part of the cellar door experience at Moorilla winery. Today it is still part of the cellar door, and the location, building and fabulous views are still the same but there have been some other changes to this property in an outer suburb of Hobart.
Sampan Seafood restaurant is in the village of Yung Shue Wan on Lamma island. Lamma island is a shortish ferry ride from Hong Kong Island.
Casa de Mole translates to The House of Mole, and it was here J and I spent our first night during a quick weekend trip to Hobart.
Sabatini is an Italian restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui East serving Roman cuisine. The restaurant is owned and run by the Sabatini brothers, who opened their first restaurant in Rome in 1954. J and I dined at Sabatini on our second last night in Hong Kong.