Ten Top Mothers Day Lunches 2019

While we at Yippee Pie Yay believe you should treat your mum every day, here’s some great ideas for lunch this coming Sunday!



One of Tasmania’s oldest buildings in the heart of the CBD has been transformed into an elegant bar and bistro. You’ll find local food served up with inspiration from Europe and an extensive wine list. Chef Vladimir Panevin will be presenting three courses plus a glass of sparkling for $60. Bookings are essential. Ettie’s

Shoreline Hotel

While they won’t have any special offers this year it is a chance to spoil your mum in the beautifully refurbished hotel while enjoying the food of one of our most celebrated Chefs. Ruben Koopman (Ex Frogmore Creek) has returned to our shores and taken the role of Executive Chef, overseeing the various dining areas. For a special treat book into the lounge for tapas and pizetta. Shoreline Hotel

Wobbly Boot Vineyard


For something a little different a trip out to Campania is on the cards. Amongst the vines of this award winning vineyard you’ll find Flamecake cooking up traditional Italian and German pizzas, live music by Stacey Loukis & Grant Woodward, and of course a great range of beverages. The venue is renowned as being very dog friendly, so no one has to be left behind, and there’s even an off lead area for them to frolic around. Entry is free. Wobbly Boot Vineyard


Situated in New Town this quirky little cafe is offering up a set menu of six dishes plus sides for $39pp with children $19. Dishes for the grown ups include Prawn and Fennel Arancini, Prosciutto wrapped Chicken Breast, White Chocolate Mud Cake, and Apricot Baklava Strudel while the kids can feast on Popcorn Chicken, Sliders and Sundaes. Dispatch Hobart

Mr Good Guy


Specialising in Asian street food with some modern twists, Mr Good Guy makes the most of our local produce. Chef Charles Chia has planned a special yum cha sitting for Mothers Day running from 12-2pm, expect a range of dishes from the different regions packed with flavour. Plates start at $7.80, glasses of bubbles are $7, and bookings are essential. Mr Good Guy


Executive Chef Johann Frais is creating beautiful dishes in the heart of the Botanical Gardens, making it a perfect spot to take your mum. There’s a choice of a two course lunch with a glass of sparkling for $58 or a high tea buffet featuring chocolate fountains for $45. Succulent



No special offers for the day but it’s a destination for one of the best value high end dining lunches in town. For $70pp you can enjoy course after course of exciting modern Italian cuisine with many beverages on hand to match your budget. Probably best to leave the little ones at home though. Templo

The Signal Station

With one of the best views in town you really can’t go wrong but Chef Rob Mclean has created a menu to match with a choice of four courses for $68. Dishes will include Mushroom and Truffle Soup, Smoked Salmon and Gorgonzola Tart, Blue Eye Gnocchi, and Mexican Chocolate Torte. The Signal Station

The Lounge by Frogmore Creek

For the ultimate indulgence make a booking at The Lounge on Hobart’s waterfront. Four courses with a glass of sparkling will set you back $125pp but with dishes such as ‘Hay smoked duck breast with green lentil puree, pistachio crumble, heirloom carrots, mandarin gel, carrot glass and blood orange jus’ you know you’re in for a day to remember! For something more casual The Lounge Bar will be open all day with no set menu and no reservations needed. The Lounge by Frogmore Creek- Bar & Restaurant

Ranelagh General Store

A scenic drive down the Huon will take you to one of the states best casual dining venues for a Mothers Day Tea Party. Described as ‘High tea with a RGS twist’ lunch will consist of plentiful offerings of sweet and savoury treats with bottomless cups of tea and coffee served in the Ranelagh Soldiers Memorial Hall. Tickets are $55 each or $25 for children. Ranelagh General Store

Yippee Pie Yay on Facebook or Instagram, go on, give us a like🙂 Have some news for us? Email yippeepieyaytasmania@gmail.com

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s