Open flames, hot coals, incredible local produce
Matilda is a visual and sensory journey, and a true labour of love for me – it’s named after my daughter, after all. The kitchen is fuelled by open fire and hot coals, delivering great food, strong design and a feeling of comfort and warmth.
The restaurant is a bit more relaxed than my usual style of cooking. It’s somewhere guests can visit often and be guaranteed a local piece of meat cooked exceptionally well over live flames and open grills and paired with seasonal produce.
Being across the road from the Botanic Gardens, designers Projects of Imagination have brought the space to life by incorporating elements of earth, fire, nature and water into the interior of the space.
– Scott Pickett
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Christmas Day at Matilda
This Christmas, Matilda 159 is offering an Aussie Christmas lunch and you’re invited. You’ll be treated to new Christmas favourites such as damper with truffled Tasmanian honeyENQUIRE
United Places Botanic Gardens
Extend your Matilda dining experience with a stay at United Places Botanic Gardens. Located directly above Matilda, United Places is a luxurious place of understated exclusivity.ENQUIRE