Sizzle at the Penguin Market is a new business owned by Susanne Dobrowski of Tasmanian Gourmet Hampers. You’ll find Sizzle in the food hall at the Penguin Market, open every Sunday from 9:00am to 3:00pm.
Sizzle at Penguin Market
Susanne’s first love is cooking. She’s an avid foodie who uses only the best and freshest Tasmanian ingredients in her dishes. Succulent Tasmanian grass-fed lamb and Nichols chicken are used in mouth watering Souvlaki served at Sizzle. The marinades for the meats are hand-made and so is the tzatziki, which is made using Tamar Valley Yoghurt, Tasmanian garlic, fresh cucumber and herbs.
Menu items will change with the season, which makes Sizzle an exciting and interesting addition to the food hall at Penguin Market. Susanne has a strong passion for food and cooking so seasonal menu changes will be very tempting and pleasurable. Definitely a dining experience to look forward to.
On the Menu at Sizzle in Penguin
So what’s on a Sizzle Souvlaki? Well there’s marinated chicken or lamb, handmade tzatziki, local vine ripened tomatoes and slivers of Tasmanian red onions served wrapped in traditional souvlaki bread. Delectable!
Other delicious dishes on the menu at Sizzle are the Chicken Caesar Burger, a tasty combination of barbequed Nichols chicken, crispy bacon, lettuce, Caesar salad dressing, local vine-ripened tomatoes and slivers of Tassie red onions served in a focaccia roll. Very tasty!
The Meze Plate is a great idea for sharing with someone. It has Tassie lamb or chicken (marinated in Sizzle’s own secret-recipe marinade), tzatziki, handmade fetta, hot and spicy Kalamata olives, chive and garlic toasted focaccia and tomato, red onion and fresh basil salad. Delicious!
Tasmania’s Finest Food Hall
Sizzle stocks a range of Tasmanian food products, which are also used in their meals. All of the dishes at Sizzle are cooked to order so you get the best and freshest food.
Since Sizzle opened it has been very popular with visitors to the Penguin Market. The food hall is well located behind glass where you can escape the weather if needed or dine alfresco out in the courtyard. Whichever option you choose you will be able to enjoy the entertainment by local musicians who perform every Sunday. The Penguin Market is Tasmania’s largest undercover market.
So if you have a yearning for some innovative and fabulous food using the freshest of Tasmanian produce… call into Sizzle at the Penguin Market and see Susanne Dobrowski and Simon next time you visit the north west coast on a Sunday. Your taste buds will thank you after the first bite. Bellissimo!
Michelle Kneipp Pegler writes a blog called Leven River Farm as well as articles like this about the north west coast region of Tasmania. If you’d like Michelle to visit you, please contact Think Tasmania.