Friday, 15 August 2014

The best-value lunch in Tasmania? Or simply the best lunch?

When I started this blog one of my first posts raved about the superb sushi and sashimi to be found at Masaaki's, a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant at Geeveston in southern Tasmania. 

Masaaki Koyama serves lunch on Fridays and Saturdays (bookings essential) and charges $25, or $30 if you want to splash out of some extra sashimi. He also visits the Farmers' Market in Hobart on Sunday. 

The quality at his 20-seater restaurant is extraordinary. Think dishes like miso soup using local vegetables, sea urchin sushi (from the Bay of Fires), or Japanese-spiced roast duck.  

Here are just four images of lunch this weekend which I think speak more than 1000 words. I may, however, have made a mistake including Masaaki's in a piece in the new edition of Australian Traveller magazine. It hope it doesn't make it impossible for us locals to get a table. 









Masaaki's, 20B Church St, Geeveston, Tasmania. 0408 712 340.    

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