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B: Ever since my friend claimed The Wicked Cheese Co. has the best Camembert, I knew I couldn’t leave Tasmania without visiting this place. They have won many awards for their cheeses, which displays proudly around the shop.

Cheese tasting is available and free. The staff are very attentive and friendly.

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You can also order some cheese or food on the menu like us, and sit outside with a drink or two. We ordered the Wicked Platter – Tasmania Cold Smoked Salmon, ham, Wicked Cheddar, Wicked Brie, Sea Eagle Fish Pate, Mediterranean terrine, olives with Lesley Black’s Bush Pepper Relish served with salad and crusty bread (for one $23, for two $45). This is a big call, but this was the best cheese platter I have ever had. There was such a huge variety, and the Sea Eagle Fish Pate is really something to die for. There wasn’t anything on the…

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