Devonport Food and Wine Month for 2019 kicks off this October, and Pearl Oyster Bar & Cafe Devonport are a part of a specially curated premium food trail tour.
Ingest North West food trail is a passion project created about year ago by Pearl owner Paul Fielding, whilst managing local Devonport favourite Bistro Camille. It’s about highlighting the local produce on a plate, whilst taking in some of the stunning sights the North West coast has to offer.
"The region has the Cradle Coast Tasting Trail, but our visiting friends and family were always more interested in where to eat, and the stunning coastal scenery; plenty of 'selfie' stops! The Ingest trail combines the fantastic local produce with scenic stops along the way", says Paul re the theory behind the food trail project.
The food tours include stops at the restaurants and cafes of Ingest Trail members, as well as scenic stops such as the Wynyard Tulip Festival. There are tours departing Devonport, Launceston and Burnie, with the tours curated to appeal to both locals of the region, and first-time visitors alike. These are premium events designed to give an immersive and intimate look at the world-class north west Tasmanian food and produce.
The Devonport-Stanley tour is now on sale. Tickets are $275pp all inclusive- food, beverages, touring & tulip farm entry. Guests will enjoy five eat-stops throughout the day, culminating with freshly shucked oysters and Champagne at Pearl Oyster Bar.
About Pearl Oyster Bar & Cafe
Located within the Bass Strait Maritime Centre, Pearl was created to offer locals and tourists alike a signature seafood experience in Devonport. Open 7 days, the cafe's focus is presenting the state's freshest seafood with minimal intervention. Pearl is open for breakfast, lunch, coffee and drinks. Full menu and more info available: https://pearloysterbar.com.au