Too was expensive for what you got. To start, packet butter and bread rolls that looked to also be from a packet. The restaurant is dressed up to be fine dining, but lots of little things indicated otherwise. E.g. clinical lighting, cobwebs and insects across the roof, selling international wine when they are a winery themselves is really weird (I always want local wines when I go to the country). Kind of reminded us of a place for Gorden Ramsey kitchen nightmares. Again, this all would have been fine if not for the price. The food was actually nice at least, especially the lamb cutlets. The service was extremely slow, but I'm hoping that meant all the food was cooked themselves, not out of packets.
We didn't want to try the wines after that. We've been to some really fantastic wineries in the region, so it's weird to not invest more in your wines (i.e. again selling international wines in your restaurant is super weird).
This winery is not Australian owned we discovered, so I recommend going somewhere that is. Support small business. See less
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