YAMBU Café and Bar in Elizabeth Street, Hobart, is so much more than food and drinks. YAMBU, opened in September 2017, is a cosy hub for the appreciation of all things Latin American, including Latin music, dance, culture, conversations and of course Latin American gastronomy.
YAMBU hosts regular live music and dance events, long-table dinners with guest chefs, tequila tastings, art exhibitions, music documentaries and comedy nights just to name a few.
Yambu is a song and dance from Cuba, played on congas, wooden boxes, and other small percussive instruments. It is played in a traditional tempo championed by the older generation to exaggerate their aches and pains before dancing like youngsters. Yambu was one of the first rhythms Elias learnt while studying percussion in Cuba.
A line often used to finish a YAMBU song is "aqui entre las flores" meaning "here, between the flowers". That line is YAMBU in a nutshell.
Yambu is styled with the bright, bold and happy colours of Latin America. "The look and feel is simply a representation of the happy place in me"
YAMBU is open for brunch and lunch from Tuesdays to Saturdays and is open every Friday and Saturday evenings from 5:30pm to midnight.
The food at YAMBU Café & Bar takes you on a gastronomical journey from Central America all the way through to the Southern tip of South America, with dishes from Southern Chile all the way up to Mexico.
129 Elizabeth Street
Hobart Tasmania 7000
(03) 6287 7014
Tuesday 10am - 3pm
Wednesday 10am - 3pm
Thursday 10am - 3pm
Friday 10am - 3pm
- Friday evening 5:30pm - late
Saturday 10am - 3pm
- Saturday evening 5:30pm - late
Sunday & Monday - Closed