Maldini Café Restaurant is an Italian restaurant, situated in an historic stone-fronted warehouse on Hobart’s famed Salamanca esplanade.
Maldini Café Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – seven days a week – and serves the best of Tasmanian and imported wines. One of Hobart’s most popular experiences is to sit under the umbrellas on the sidewalk in front of Maldini’s, enjoying the finest espresso coffees, a light meal or snack, or a beer or wine, while watching the passing parade – a particular delight on Saturday market days at Salamanca.
Maldini Café Restaurant is owned and operated by Bruno Di Tommaso, Luciano Tiberio and Dante Di Tommaso. Executive Chef is Victoria Hardwick-Tiberio.
Maldini Café Restaurant supports the artistic community in Tasmania. The interior of the restaurant displays the works of several well-known local artists. The wood carving on the bar front was done by Tom Samek, who also did work for the museum at Meadowbank. From June to September, Maldini’s presents their Winter Music Series, featuring musicians performing a range of styles such as laid-back jazz, contemporary string music and Flamenco guitar.
“Intelligent, well-crafted Italian cuisine, focusing on Tasmanian ingredients”