There's Aikido, there's goths, there's great wholesale food places like D.S Trading and Ziggy's. There's Island Markets which reeks of fish but has some great specials. There's the Hmong guy outside Island Markets on the weekend who sells homegrown vegies which are awesome and cheaper than the Hobart Farmers' market. There are pretty old houses and gardens tended with love by someone's grandma and there are nice bakeries such as Jean Pascal and Cullens. There's a nice woolies with very friendly staff and a Harris Scarfe, both with good parking! There's a Chinese supermarket and mythical chinese dumplings at some place in a castle which Luke told me about. There's the Wicked cheese factory with cafe and Churros with cheap and cheerful spanish food. There are even rumours of an amazing japanese restaurant, but no one know where it is or how to find it.
I'm only just discovering Moonah but so far I'm loving it. There's a lot more to Moonah than Putters and Paul's Warehouse. So if you're south of the flanellette curtain go check out Moonah. I dare ya.
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