We are proud to present our record number of stallholders for our 30th birthday celebrations, with a lively mix of stalls from trusted festival favourites and brand new vendors bringing you the tastiest Tasmanian food and beverages.

Stallholders in alphabetical order

7K Distillery Gin and Cocktail Bar
Distillery, Cocktails
An innovative southern distillery housed in an intriguing trio of modified shipping containers, using Tasmanian native botanicals.
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Afghani Bolani
Afghani street food
A family business serving delicious Bolani (fried, stuffed flatbread), a traditional Afghani street food.

Annapurna Indian Cuisine
Indian food
One of Hobart's favourite Indian restaurants, they will be using local wallaby and venison to create unique curries and lassis using local yoghurt and fruit.
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Barringwood Wines
Winery North-West Tasmania
Barringwood has been producing elegant, ultra-cool climate wines in Tasmania’s North-West for over 20 years. Offering some of Tasmania's best sparkling wines.
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Berta's Creamery & Milkbar
Dessert
Showcasing Tasmania's popular Valhalla Ice Cream since 2011. A variety of flavours on offer in specialty cones.
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Big Bessie
Dessert
A 1963 Commer Karrier original ice cream van, bringing something a little bit different to the usual Mr Whippy experience. Handmade soft serve and toppings from one of Hobart’s best cake shops.
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Bream Creek Vineyard
Winery South-East Tasmania
Serving at the Taste for 30 years, their award winning wines come from some of the oldest vines in Tasmania. Specialities include Riesling and Schonburger wines.
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Bruny Island Cheese Co.
Cheese and Brewery
Hailing from Bruny Island, this is one of Tasmania’s best known and loved cheeseries, now with their own dairy farm and brewery.
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Bury Me Standing
Desserts
An institution in Hobart, well loved for their excellent coffee, bagels and donuts. They are operating a roaming stall offering their delicious donuts on the waterfront.
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Cape Bernier Vineyard
Winery South-East Tasmania and Pork dishes
Cape Bernier is a small, family run vineyard in Bream Creek. Serving their award winning wine paired with dishes made with their vineyard raised pork.
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Capital and Milton
Italian food and Winery Eastern Tasmania
A North Hobart restaurant serving a mix of Italian cuisine with Tasmanian produce, collaborating with Milton Vineyard from the East Coast.
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Captain Bligh's Brewery
Brewery, Cidery and Distillery
Captain Bligh's is small independent brewery and distillery based in Hobart producing colonial ales, a heritage cider and distilled spirits. Website

Casa Paella
Spanish food
Award winning paellas using Tasmanian saffron and seafood alongside quality ingredients.
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Cascade Brewery
Brewery
Iconic brewery in Hobart bringing their popular beers to two stall fronts.
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Charred Kitchen
Charcuterie, seafood and kombucha
A chef-run mobile food business offering a bespoke menu of charcuterie, seafood and kombucha.
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Circle of Life
Coffee and dessert
Premiering at the taste and providing specialty coffee and delicious fresh donuts. Brought to you by the Pilgrim group.

Clover Hill Wines
Winery Northern Tasmania
Created to rival the wines of Champagne, this popular sparkling wine producer heralds from northern Tasmania. Their vintage bubbles were served at Mary and Fred’s wedding (Crown Prince of Denmark)!
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Coal River Farm
Coffee, chocolate and cheese
Coal River Farm is a boutique producer of world class cheese, chocolate and fresh produce.
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Coal Valley Cider & Cold Blow Vineyard
Cidery and Winery Southern Tasmania
Coal Valley Cider and Cold Blow Wines are a trio of brewers and winemakers working their few acres in the Coal River Valley to bring an array of cider and wine.
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Coffee Republic
Coffee
Coffee roaster with brewed hot and cold beverages from Launceston.
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Deep End Farm
Taiwanese street food
Originating from a small sustainable property in Geeveston, they are making Taiwanese style street food using their own farm produce.
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Delicious Bamyan Afghan
Afghani food
Founded by members of the Launceston Hazara community, they will be preparing traditional Afghan street foods from Tasmanian ingredients.

Della Valle Gelato Naturale
Dessert
Launceston based, award winning producers of all natural high quality gelato. 31 Dec – 3 Jan.
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Derwent Estate
Winery Southern Tasmania
Situated in the beautiful Derwent Valley producing five different cool climate varieties from ten hectares of vines.
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Devils Brewery Tasmania
Brewery, Cidery and ginger beer
Producing a range of handcrafted boutique beverages including beers, cider and ginger beer. Offering tasting paddles, vegan friendly beers and a limited release festival birthday brew.
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Devil's Corner
Winery East-Coast Tasmania
Offering premium wines including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Gris from the famous East-Coast of Tasmania.
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Domaine Dawnelle
Winery Southern Tasmania
Small family owned 'micro - winery' who is offering paddock to bottle wines including the Pinot d'Or - the only white Pinot.
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Ethiopian Restaurant
Ethiopian cuisine
Located in Tasmania, Hobart and what makes their stall unique is that they use Tasmanian grown produce to make Ethiopian traditional foods.

Fat Pig Farm Deli
Farm grown platters
Fat Pig Farm is a cooking school and farm in the Huon Valley. They are bringing a taste of the farm with their deli style platters of rillette and pickles.
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Festival Martabak
Indonesian food
Martabak is made by stretching dough to a thin skin and pouring a delicious filling into the sizzling dough. An Indonesian street food favourite.

Festival Mushrooms
Tempura mushrooms
A Taste of Tasmania Icon, popular lightly tempura battered and fried Tasmanian mushrooms, served with delicious sauces.
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Fish Frenzy
Fish and Chips
Serving a wide array of local seafood and Tassie potato chips in their iconic brown paper cones.
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Fishmania
Fish and Chips
Partnering with Huon Aquaculture to bring tempura salmon to the menu along with other seafood delights.
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Formosa Bites
Taiwanese food
East Coast based business bringing Taiwanese food using produce from their own garden. Look out for the 'squidlipop'! 28 – 30 Dec.
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Forty Spotted Gin Garden
Distillery, Cocktails
Situated on Castray Lawns in a delightful botanical garden, major sponsor Forty Spotted Gin will be offering a range of delicious gin drinks including cocktails.
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Frank's Cider
Cidery
Huon Valley based cider producers, using heirloom apples and pears, as well as raspberries and cherries, to create award-winning cider.
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Ghost Rock Wines
Winery North-West Tasmania
Family owned winery near Sassafras in Northern Tasmania, the only winery in the North West. They will be offering a large portfolio of premium wines.
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Gillespie's Ginger Beer and Blue Eye Oyster Bar
Ginger beer and Oyster bar
A collaboration serving locally produced ginger beer and super fresh oysters in a variety of creative ways.
Website & Website

Goaty Hill Wines
Winery Northern Tasmania
Family owned and operated vineyard in the Tamar valley offering premium quality cool climate wines.
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Harlequin Meats
Gourmet BBQ
 
Serving succulent meat platters, pork buns and ribs, sourced from the best quality local meats.

Home Hill Wines
Winery Southern Tasmania
Home Hill grows a variety of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sylvaner grapes from their award-winning winery - all on offer at the Taste.
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Indonesian Kitchen-Yellow Rice
Indonesian food
True to Indonesian menus they use homegrown herbs and serve their dishes with a smile. 1–3 January.
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Iraqi Kubba
Iraqi food
Delicious Iraqi Kubba. A rice and potato dough filled with Tasmanian beef, onions and parsley. This is the first time the dish will be offered to the public.

Italian Pantry & Valle Nella Bocca 
Italian food and Distillery
Italian Pantry, chef Will Chapman and Lawrenny Distillery make this unique collaboration bringing handmade filled pastas, platters of antipasto and delicious drinks inspired by the flavours of Lawrenny spirits and the best of Derwent Valley produce.
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James Boag’s
Brewery
Every drop of the famous James Boag’s beer is produced in Launceston since 1881. A sponsor of the Taste of Tasmania for the first time this year.
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Josef Chromy Wines -Tasmania
Winery Northern Tasmania
One of few establishments in Tasmania that grows, makes and bottles its product on site producing some of the states best quality wine.
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Kaki Lima Indonesian Street Food
Indonesian food
Passionate about creating authentic Indonesian cuisine they have brought their local market food offering to the Taste for the first time. 28 – 30 December.
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Karjalanpiirakka
Finnish food
A finnish pie made with a crispy rye crust filled with rice. Offered this year for the first time at the Taste of Tasmania, these Karjalanpiirakka are handmade. 31 Dec – 3 Jan.

Knocklofty
Distillery
Entirely hand produced spirits from a micro distillery in the foothills of West Hobart.
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Last Rites Brewing Company
Brewery
Hobart based craft brewery focusing on New-World hopdriven ales including a Tasmanian IPA, Red Ale and cherry stout.
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Lauds Plant Based Foods
Plant Based Cheese Producers
Producer of plant based dairy and lactose free cheeses. This will be their first time offering their delicious products at the Taste.
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Lawrenny Estate Distillery
Distillery and cocktails
Delicious drinks inspired by the flavours of Lawrenny spirits based in the Derwent Valley. Drinks include cocktails and a spirits tasting board. Website

Liggabuff
Dessert
Specialising in decadent gourmet cupcakes and baked treats using local fruit, and served from their cute pink trailer.
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Little Rivers Brewing Co
Brewery
Flavorsome beers that are 100% natural with no preservatives or additives and use locally grown ingredients.
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Lost Pippin and The Lamb Baa
Cidery and Lamb Producer
Hand-crafted Tasmanian cider complimented by the produce of their neighbours with estate grown prime lamb, grains and herbs.
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Macarons by Ruby
Dessert 
Specialists in exquisitely crafted French style desserts using the best Tasmanian produce.
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McHenry Distillery - Botanical Bar
Distillery and cocktails
McHenry Distillery at Port Arthur is Australia’s southern-most distillery and creates delicious spirits using their own abundant spring water. Serving classic and inventive gin based cocktails.
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Meadowbank
Winery Southern Tasmania
One of the oldest and most renowned Tasmanian wineries, they have produced excellent wines in partnership with Winemaker, Peter Dredge.
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MIAM French Crepes
Dessert
Classic French crepes served with a variety of toppings sourced from delicious Tasmanian produce, including berries and walnuts.
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Moores Hill Wine
Winery Northern Tasmania
Producers of a wide selection of delicious cool climate wines and boasting Tasmania’s first 100% 'off-grid' winery.
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Morrison Brewery
Brewery
A family owned craft brewery, specialising in old English beer styles crafted from as many Tasmanian ingredients as possible.
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Mount Gnomon Farm
Free Range Pork producer
Mount Gnomon farm specialises in free range pork produced from rare breed pigs which are produced on the lush green pastures of North West Tasmania. Their menu showcases the pork products that have been produced at their on-farm butchery.
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Mr Korea BBQ & Food
Korean food
Serving a range of delicious Korean dishes including ssam, hand held lettuce cups filled with rice and kimchi and various toppings. A local Hobart business expanding to the Taste with a new concept.

Munchies Street Food
Korean food
Serving Korean fried chicken and pork belly bao from their deservedly popular food van.
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Mures Tasmania
Fish and Chips
A Hobart institution, Mures serve a variety of seafood fished by their own fleet. Their taste menu showcases some of their best loved dishes.
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Nocton Vineyard
Winery Southern Tasmania
Producing a selection of single estate wines. Look out for their best selling Sauvignon Blanc.
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Old Kempton Distillery
Distillery
Set in the town of Kempton in the Southern Midlands, they produce a range of small batch, high quality spirits, using only locally sourced ingredients.
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Orlando Plenty
Vegetarian food
A sweet 70s caravan serving nourishing vegetarian food made from naturally grown, locally farmed ingredients.
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palawa kipli
Aboriginal inspired food
palawa kipli use sustainable food sources such as wallaby, kangaroo and crickets to create delicious street food inspired by their Indigenous Tasmanian heritage.
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Paradise Island X Brian Wine
Caribbean food and Winery
A place somewhere between reality and dreamin' where flavours come to holiday far from the reaches of Babylon's hoards. Expect tacos with creative toppings and Brian's "beer wine".

PavLovas
Desserts
Handmade single serve pavlovas in a variety of seasonal flavours.
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Peddle Pop Ice Cream
Desserts
1930s inspired ice cream vending tricycle offering locally made choc-dipped waffle cone ice cream in a myriad of flavours. They are roaming on Castray lawns and Greener grass.
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Pikelets & Dreamz
Desserts and Distillery
A new venture for Cygnet businesses Twelvetrees Farm and Spirit People. Sourcing hyper-local produce including their own organic blueberries to create delicious pikelets and unique spirits and cocktails.
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Pipers Brook Vineyard
Winery Northern Tasmania
Home to some of Australia's most sought after cool climate wines, producing high quality Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio and sparkling wines.
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Provenance Coffee Co.
Coffee
Single origin coffee roasting company showcasing the best coffees from small farm producers around the world. Serving nitro cold brew coffee, filter coffee and espresso martinis. 31 Dec – 3 Jan.
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RAW Dealer
Raw vegan desserts
Hobart based business serving raw, vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free treats that are guilt free and delicious. 28 – 30 Dec.
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Red Brick Road Cider & Hells Gates Gin
Cidery and Distillery
Naturally fermented craft ciders and cider based gin made by hand in the heart of Tasmania.
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Ruckus Fried Chicken
Fried Chicken
Local and ethically sourced fried chicken restaurant. All the sauces, coatings, ferments, spice mixes and sides are made with love and locally sourced ingredients. 28 – 30 Dec.
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Saigon District
Vietnamese food
Serving up Vietnamese street food with a Tasmanian twist including coconut mussels, cumin lamb ribs and grilled octopus on platters to share.

Seven Sheds Brewery
Brewery
An artisan brewery operation. Look out for their Platypus 400 milestone brew (their 400th brew in 10+ years) made from locally grown hemp seeds.
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Shambles Brewery
Brewery and Wallaby dishes
An independent brewpub producing a range of seasonal brews. This year they will be serving their best beers accompanied by inventive wallaby based beer snacks.
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Shred Burgers and Shimmy Shakes
Burgers and milkshakes
Serving premium burgers, milkshakes and fries from their shiny silver Airstream.
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Simple Cider
Cidery
An orchard based cidery in Franklin in the Huon valley who make their dry, crisp cider using traditional methods and minimal intervention. Unpasturised, unfiltered and naturally carbonated.
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Spotty Dog Brewers
Brewery
A family owned and operated craft brewing company, with a strong minimal waste ethic. Creating a new summer beer for the Taste to add to their stable of creative brews.
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Spreyton Cider Co
Cidery
Fourth generation Tasmanian apple juice and cider producers. They also offer an alcoholic ginger beer.
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Spring Vale Wines
Winery East Coast Tasmania
Family owned farm since 1875, they have a brand well known across Australia for high end, cool climate wine.
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Strawberry Avenue
Dessert
One of the first dessert stalls at the Taste, and brought back for the 30th birthday. Strawberry Avenue combine fresh berries, ice cream and imagination with delicious results.

Sud polaire
Cocktails and distillery
Purveyors of fine cocktails and spirits. Roaming on the waterfront.
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Sweet Taz
Dessert
French trained pastry chef serving local berry inspired desserts.
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Tas Saff
Saffron producer
Pioneers of the saffron industry in Australia, see how this premium product makes food pop.
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Tasmanian Small Fruit and Waffles
Desserts
Amazing variety of fruits like golden raspberries, tayberries and gooseberries sourced from small producers. Served fresh or with cream and waffles.

Tasporto
Portuguese food
Grilled marinated Portuguese style meats and salads.
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Tassie Can Bar
Brewery
A collaboration celebrating the resurgence and variety of canned Tasmanian beers and ciders, run by T-Bone Brewing Co.
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T-Bone Brewing Co.
Brewery
Creating an ever changing menu of 12 beers on tap from their steam-fired brewhouse in North Hobart.
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The Fromagerie by The Tasmanian Food Co.
Cheese
The Tasmanian Food Co. is Tasmania's very own premium food network; a collection of brands aligned by ethical farming practices. Serving premium Tasmanian cheese platters.
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The Porky Duck
Duck and pork specialists
Exclusively serving Tasmanian sourced duck and pork dishes accompanied by house made sauerkraut and kefir cream.
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The Smallest Pancake Festivals
Desserts
Little Dutch pancakes served with locally sourced berries.
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The Splendid Gin
Distillery
Gin which is four-times distilled with fresh organic botanicals, vapour infused and blended with the purest of natural spring water.
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The Tasmanian Chilli Beer Company
Brewery
Sustainably, handmade and naturally brewed soft drinks using locally grown ingredients.
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The Turkish Kitchen
Turkish food
Incorporating top quality produce into tasting plates and share plates using traditional Turkish recipes.

Urban Bounty Paella
Spanish food
Ethically sourced paella and authentic Spanish churros.
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Vanidols South Hobart
Asian fusion
One of the first stalls at the Taste, they specialise in Thai, Indian and Indonesian food using local ingredients.
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Vietnamese Pho
Vietnamese food
A family-run business offering classic Vietnamese dishes using Tasmanian produce.
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Vineyard Seafood Scallop Bar
Seafood 
Ocean harvested to enjoy with wine – octopus, cray, mussels, abalone sourced direct from Tassie’s N/NW coast. Steamed/Grilled half shell scallops plus ‘Guest Chef’ scallop dish of the day. Facebook

Waji Foods
Seafood 
A seasoned and popular stallholder, Waji creates bountiful platters of Tasmanian seafood served with a variety of flavours.
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Thanasis Su'vlaki
Greek food
Greek street food made with homemade pita and sauces, served with a range of toppings from classic lamb to a vegan friendly version.

Willie Smith's Cider Makers
Cidery
Australia’s first certified organic cidery they will be releasing cider in a can at this year's Taste.
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Winsome Spirits
Distillery
Brand new Huon Valley based producer of botanical based beverages. 31 Dec – 3 Jan.

Yambu
South American food
Bringing authentic Central and South American cuisine to Hobart using fresh seasonal local ingredients. 31 Dec – 3 Jan.
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Yeastie Beastie Doughnuts
Desserts
Makers of hand mixed, fresh cooked, slow risen, sourdough doughnuts.
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