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8 Places to Dine along the Heritage Highway

Stop and dine at any of these 8 spots along the Heritage Highway to tame your hunger cravings and you’ll be sure to want to come back for more.

1. Homage Restaurant in Longford

Located in the town of Longford, spend the day exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Woolmers Estate and treat yourself to a beautiful lunch at the onsite restaurant Homage. Their menu of fresh, Australian flavours, seasonal ingredients paired with expansive views over the estate’s stunning Rose Garden make for the perfect afternoon out.

2. Feast Tasmania in Perth

For a wonderfully hearty meal, Feast Tasmania in Perth is a go-to choice in the Northern Midlands. Open for morning coffee during the week and brunch, lunch and dinner from Friday to Sunday, it’s a hidden gem that won’t disappoint. Serving up classic favourites like fish and chips and steak sandwiches along with delicious treats like their famous Portugese Tarts, you’ll be sure to leave with a smile on your face. 

3. Zeps in Campbell Town

Whether you feel like a gourmet pizza, something more filling like a scotch fillet or lamb tenderloin, or maybe just small plates to share, Zeps is a Campbell Town icon for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

4. The Pancake and Crepe Shop in Oatlands

Located in the heart of Oatlands, The Pancake and Crepe Shop is a charming, cosy eatery. Nestled within the Georgian sandstone buildings of Oatlands, it’s known for good food, coffee, fine teas and tasty treats. Their signature pancakes and crepes are available daily or book in for a Friday evening to taste their dinner menu.

5. The Rustic Bakehouse in Cressy

For fresh baked goods made in an original Scotch woodfire oven built in 1926, head straight to the Rustic Bakehouse in Cressy. Although known for their creative doughnuts (which we’d recommend ordering in advance to avoid disappointment), they also offer a fantastic woodfire pizza menu on Friday nights.

6. The Huntington Tavern in Kempton

For old school country hospitality and a range of choices that will please the whole family, The Huntington Tavern in Kempton is the ideal spot. Serving up fresh produce that can be paired with a wide selection of local beers and wines, it’s a great option for dining in or take away. 

7. The Clarendon Arms in Evandale

The Clarendon Arms in Evandale is where honest food, drink and produce meet a cosy country ambiance. This stunning furnished country pub boasts delightful indoor dining rooms as well as a wonderfully airy and relaxed beer garden for when the sun is shining. The menu changes seasonally but always offer honest British pub style dishes with a Tasmanian twist. 

8. The Ross Hotel in Ross

Recently under new management, The Ross Hotel is quickly becoming a popular dining choice among locals and visitors. Open for lunch and dinner Wednesday to Sunday, its new staple pub menu alongside a delightful array of daily specials are sure to please the palate. 

 

For more great events in the Heritage Highway, be sure to visit our Events page.

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