Wursthaus Kitchen, Salamanca, Tasmania
Wursthaus Kitchen at Montpelier Retreat, half a block from Hobart’s famous Salamanca Place, is a delightful store packed with the best of Tasmania’s gourmet food and wine.
The hands-on owner, Peter Trioli , and his knowledgeable staff, provide old-fashioned service. It’s personal. They even share their tested recipes and conduct regular cooking classes.
Inside the Wursthaus Kitchen, Hobart, Tasmania
– a treasure trove for food and wine lovers
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Their range of Tasmanian produce and smallgoods are made for a discerning clientele. The sausages, kranskys, salamis and cooked-on-the-bone hams are prepared according to the German tradition using only quality meat. Commercial big-brands use chemicals to create flavours. Not so at Wursthaus. If it says that it is smoked, then it is smoked. They are even fussy about the timber for the smokers. It has to taste just right.
The shelves are stocked with handmade terrines and pates, organic beef, dressed quail and venison, as well as freshly-made cakes, biscuits and chocolates. Choose from Tasmanian white truffles, in season, and an extensive array of local small-producer cheeses, jams and chutneys.
Wursthaus Kitchen also offers pre-cooked dishes for reheating at home. It’s a complete service for people who want the best but do not have time to prepare it themselves.
As you would expect from someone whose background was in French wine sales, Peter Trioli has the experience to have chosen the finest local boutique wines and a selection of fine European wines for the shelves.
Come in and browse around. It’s a showcase of the food and drink that makes Tasmania special to lovers of fine food and wine.
Wursthaus Kitchen – ranked in the top five ...
Gourmet Traveller magazine rated Wursthaus Kitchen as one of the top five foodstores in Australia. It was the only Tasmanian foodstore to be recognised on the list.