A group of14 were catered for extremely well, with very nice anti pasta plates the highlight of this dish for me was the fresh local honey comb, which with the prosciutto ham was delicious. Other courses included gnocchi, tagliatelle osso bucolic, King fish, beef all finished with dessert of fresh thinly sliced pinnacle served with lemon sorbet.
The service is homely attentive and friendly, the wines from the adjacent vineyards was more than acceptable. The location is great with lovely vistas of the great dividing range. Prices are moderate, this is a great place for a casual lunch or dinner.
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