Get Egg-cited With These Long Weekend Gourmet Experiences
While your city may have a lot to offer, it doesn’t hurt to sometimes escape the city and have a relaxing weekend getaway. Below are the top 5 trending weekend getaways that we’re sure your tastebuds will enjoy.
Margan Restaurant’s tenth year pioneers agri-dining in the Hunter valley shows their commitment to ‘estate grown, estate made’ ethos. The menu features harvest from one-acre kitchen garden and orchard to maintain a truly seasonal focus. Alongside the freshest ingredients and harvest to produce mouth-watering delicacies, Andrew Margan has created a great wine list with current and back vintage Margan wines as well as a collection of other Hunter greats and international gems from his own private collection.
Situated in private parkland on the absolute water lapping edge of Lake Burley Griffin, The Boat House offers the best lake view the capital has to offer. The stunning views are matched by outstanding modern cuisine, friendly and attentive service, and a sophisticated atmosphere.
Nestled in the Barossa overlooking vineyards; the gum tree lined iconic Jacob’s Creek and the Barossa Ranges, St Hugo offers premium food and wine tourism experiences. Since the official opening in September 2016, St Hugo has cemented its reputation as a ‘must do’ Barossa experience and setting a new benchmark for wine tourism developments. At St Hugo, the guests are invited to indulge in the elegant world of one of Australia’s most distinguished wine producers. An exceptional sensory journey with St Hugo wines can be enjoyed in their luxurious wine lounge, private tasting room or as part of the fine dining experience in the intimate St Hugo restaurant.
‘The award-winning Cullen Restaurant and Cellar Door are housed in the historic granite stone and timber building on the Cullen Estate on Caves Road, Wilyabrup. In the colder season’s guests can enjoy the warmth and comfort of the open fireplace, watching the rains roll in over the vineyard. The menu is carefully designed by their Executive Chef to match the remarkable range of wines and showcases locally grown and organic ingredients along with seasonal herbs, bush tucker, fruit and vegetables from their very own certified biodynamic gardens.
Sault restaurant is set in a spectacular property amidst several acres of beautiful lavender plantations and their very own lake seasonal menu that is carefully crafted by head chef Santiago Nine-Fernandez. The chef specialises in showcasing his Spanish influenced menu by utilising the best produce from that region.
Tempted to get away this weekend to create an unforgettable food discovery experiences?
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