93 Goulburn Street
Pigeon Hole is this glorious little cafe in Hobart. We have fantastic cafes in Melbourne, but having brunch with views of the mountains & the water in the distance, I daresay Pigeon Hole has an edge over most.
parsnip, leek & rye pangrattato
A thick parsnip & leek soup, mild & sweet, with a fragrant olive oil drizzle & a crunchy pangrattato.
heidi farm raclette & onion agrodolce panini
Hauntingly good, the panini is delectably crisp, with a ridiculously pungent & rich molten raclette and sweet caramelised onions.
Perfectly sound, but that raclette panini - I hope they never take it off the menu.
If that wasn’t convincing enough, Garagistes sources their bread from Pigeon Hole.