The food was amazing. So fresh. We loved this place so much the first time we brought family with us for seconds! They were extremely impressed, with freshness quality and fantastic staff i wish i could rate higher!
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After a fun morning in Flinders National Park, we stopped for a tour of a Marron farm, followed by a delicious lunch of chicken pesto linguini accompanied by a Two Wheelers wine. Interesting tour of the marron tanks, with different sizes of marrons. Friendly staff-nice...More
We checked out the marron tanks first with an interesting and personal explanation. Tasted the wines (loved the whites particularly) before having lunch. Bought a bottle to go with the lunch. Food was tasty and fresh. Everyone was friendly. Service quick. A real country experience.
The Marron Café is indeed a nice place for lunch in the middle of the island. Our meal, the "Poacher's Platter", was tasty enough with good variety but at a steep price. The grilled Marron's are good, but nothing we hadn't tasted with good ole...More
we took a chance and visited the Marron Farm and Two Wheeler wines. We were shown how the Marron are kept, all the different sizes and explained all about them, then we had a wine tasting and a tasting of different sauces. After this wonderful...More
Growing tanks. Fascinated to learn about the whole of process involved in growing and farming these quite amazing creatures. They grow quite large from teeny tiny little critters. But the blue variety really caught our attention. They're double recessive for the colour which kinda makes...More
Despite the mixed bag of reviews, we felt we had to try the Marron Cafe for ourselves. Unfortunately, we joined the 'not happy' group. We ordered a bottle of the Two Wheeler Creek San Blanc (best white wine on the island so far, 3 out...More
Had a delightful lunch here, totally enjoyable having never eaten marron before was well surprised at how delicious it was. The cafe was bright clean and airy and the staff quite pleasant, thoroughly recommend it
The good was lovely...the tour of the farm was great...the local wine was nice too. The setup of the restaurant is missing an opportunity though as it has more of a road side diner feel, rather than a nice dining venue. A good experience...