Eat & Drink
Explore an abundant harvest gathered from port to wilderness at Grain of the Silos.
From Cape Grim beef to Bruny Island cheese to the creamiest Dutch potatoes – this marvellous island of ours has been scoured for perennial favourites and seasonal treasures to take the lead on a carefully curated menu.
It’s a bit off the beaten track but Grain of the Silos sits proudly in a patch of Tassie brimming with good food and people who care.
Pork from Fiona and Oliver at Langdale Farm isn’t far, neither is cheddar from Jon and Lyndall at Pyengana. Marcus grows the truffles, Olivia whips up batches of butter and Will picks the hops.
We’ve met each farmer, each maker, each talented Tasmanian who brings something extraordinary to an ever changing list of dishes.
A meander around Tasmania’s wine regions accompanies the menu that defines this apple-shaped isle of ours.
Our wine list is beaming with tried and tested local tipples like cool-climate Pinot Noir and spritzy Riesling. But it’d be rude not to start with a glass of Tamar Valley fizz, though – don’t you think?
Offering the real tastes of Tasmania, we welcome you to Grain.
Photo credit: Rob Burnett