Okay, sorry. Apparently we didn’t give you enough details about Twelve Stones Restaurant when we wrote about the Jordan River Trail. Our bad. We’re not trying to keep all the good places to ourselves, honest! Please forgive us. Here’s more information now.

Twelve Stones Restaurant - Pontville Tasmania
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Twelve Stones Restaurant: unique produce, heritage-listed church building

Pontville: Twelve Stones Restaurant

We momentarily forgot that some of our lovely Think Tasmania readers don’t use social media. That’s where we share quite a lot of information, and while we do try to keep everyone up to date with all our movements all the time, occasionally we transgress. To make amends, here’s five things we know about Twelve Stones Restaurant…

1 ~ Pets are welcome at the outdoor dining area. We had Coco in tow when we visited, and she was supplied (without any request from us) with a plastic container of water. I’m pointing out the “plastic container” because human diners like to know they’re not using the same crockery as the canines. That does happen you know!

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Pet-friendly: outdoor dining at Twelve Stones Restaurant

2 ~ Twelve Stones Restaurant has a very funky menu offering a range of unique local ingredients. If you’re looking for something out of the ordinary in culinary circles: be pleasantly surprised.

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Hot chips with salty paprika and pomegranate molasses!

3 ~ The winner of the 2015 Tasmanian Hospitality award for best breakfast venue was… drum roll please… Twelve Stones Restaurant! We dined on Tasmania’s best breakfast back in 2015 and have just gone to great lengths to retrieve a couple of photos from our archives to show you a sample. Those images went straight to social media as well, sorry! It’s just so easy to post photos there… but no more lazy moments from now on, promise.

Twelve Stones Restaurant - Award Winning Breakfast
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Baked eggs from Twelve Stones Restaurant

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Tasmanian hospitality: award-winning breakfast

4 ~ The restaurant is housed in a redeveloped and heritage-listed former Uniting church building (circa 1874-6). Pontville has quite a few historic buildings if you’d care to look around.

Twelve Stones Restaurant - Heritage-Listed Church, Pontville
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Twelve Stones Restaurant: Heritage-Listed Church, Pontville Tasmania

5 ~ Weddings! Pontville is the bridal hub of northern Hobart it seems. Along with other local heritage properties Shene Estate and Epsom House, Twelve Stones caters for events.

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Wedding venue in Pontville Tasmania

Thanks for keeping us on our toes! We love that you ask for more from us, so we’re always striving to give you our best work. Onwards from here, yes?

Find Twelve Stones Restaurant at exactly 2 Ford Road in Pontville… which is across the road from the Jordan River Trail walk, as we mentioned. Phone (03) 6268 0231 for details or follow Twelve Stones Restaurant on Facebook.

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