An adventurous new cafe opened at the Grindelwald Swiss Village last week.
Miss-a-sippy is the new establishment, opened by Chilean couple Rodrigo Miranda and Samantha Waddington and their children.
The family are fresh off the boat in Tasmania after moving here only two weeks ago from Queensland.
Mrs Waddington has lived in Australia for 10 years, whilst Mr Miranda has only been here for four.
The couple are from the same town in the northern region of Chile.
"Rodrigo is a chef, he wanted to start his dream to open his own coffee shop," Mrs Waddington said.
"There was this opportunity open and we took it, just left Queensland and moved down here."
Though the move south was sudden, Ms Waddington said the family love being in Tasmania.
"It is the most beautiful and pure area in the entire planet," Ms Waddington said.
"The weather is cold but good, very similar to Chile - it's very cold in winter and very hot in summer so we are used to it.
"Only we have the beautiful greenery here that we don't have in our hometown in northern Chile."
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Mr Miranda added the area's patrons and businesses have made the family feel very welcome.
"The people here have been fantastic," Mr Miranda said.
"There's great fresh produce here [Tasmania]."
There's is no particular theme to the cafe, according to Mr Miranda, who said there was a great variety of dishes on the menu.
"There's plenty of Asian food, local food, even Mexican and Italian food," he said.
"I want to have two options every day, and maybe four in the next few weeks: one vegetarian option, one sandwich option, it depends on the customers.
"We have simple food, but it's really nice."
Grilled corn, homemade butter, broccolini and Chilean mashed potato are just some of the ingredients Mr Miranda said will feature in his dishes.
"It's kind of gourmet side of cooking in cafe style, the elegant side of the gourmet," Ms Waddington said.
"Be prepared to try something different, we have a South American chef who's very good with the flavours, people really love his food and it's not just because his wife says so... he does really good dishes."
Ms Waddington said the family found food prices in Tasmania to be more expensive than the mainland.
"We are bringing our mainland prices to Tasmania," she said.
"We found here food can be a bit expensive so we are a little bit lower in prices, but high in quality."
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