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The Argyle Inn is situated at the northern end of Orchard St Taralga. Built in 1875, it is an iconic, historic hotel that has been recently lovingly restored. It is a public house, offering honest food, luxury accommodation and warm hospitality. Local cook, farmer and providore, Hugh Wennerbom, will showcase the best seasonal produce, including Bannaby Angus, Holmbrae chooks, ducks, eggs and locally grown fruit and veg.
This is a pleasant little restaurant but the food is expensive and not terribly well produced. I had paella. It was gluggy and contained little in the way of ingredients other than rice. it was described as having lamb and chorizo. I found only the...More
after enjoying a midweek beer and quick lunch with a friend I had to bring the boss lady to share the ambiance.We could not have enjoyed ourselves more last Saturday eve.We dined in the main restaurant on the set meal menu.Fabulous especially at $70 each,the...More
Loved the long lunch at the Argyle Inn in the historic township of Taralga NSW.
We sat outside in the courtyard under the umbrellas. We enjoyed delicious housemade dips and pate, with brown and black bread, and delicious plate of pickled vegetables, especially liked the...More
We saw this Inn and Restaurant written up and decided to make it a destination to drive to in the recent school holidays with 2 of our daughters. Our reservation was handled promptly with all questions answered; we booked two rooms, the degustation dinner and...More
It's a long drive from the major cities so not sure it is a must destination venue but a lot to like here. A very tastefully done makeover of an old country pub, done with love and attention but not overdone.
The rooms are pleasant...More