After landing in Hobart in the wee hours in the morning, we stopped by Pigeon hole cafe to grab some breakfast. Since Hobart isn’t that big, it didn’t take long before we got there and there were ample parking around. The cafe was quite busy on a Friday morning and we rushed in to grab a table. The staff greeted us oh so friendly and warmly and we knew we stepped into the right cafe to wake us up.
The soy latte was amazing! The coffee hit was great and was absolutely beautiful.
Soy Latte – $4.50
The Juniper Trout was so simple yet so fresh and bursting with flavour and was so vibrant. I’m not a huge fan of pickles and this went oh so well with the whole dish. I loved the horseradish chrain that was sleeping beneath the trout. Simple flavours yet awesome taste!
Juniper Trout Gravlax – $18.50
Beetroot & horseradish chrain & toasted rye & lovage
Mr D got the burrito bowl without knowing that it was vegetarian. First bite, he didn’t enjoy it and found it bland. That was until he found out that you’re meant to mix the bowl up and blend the flavours together and then it was heaven in his mouth. The salsa gave it a zing and it is quite a heavy dish so be prepared and order on an empty tummy.
Burrito Bowl – $19
Potato & corn hash, avocado, brown rice, padron salsa, tarragon crema, fried egg
Pigeon hole cafe is a great little gem located a bit out of the city where the staff are friendly, the food comes out quick and more importantly, it tastes amazing. I will definitely be back if I drop by Hobart in the future.