Welcome to KIN, our place to celebrate family, fine wines, and the best of local produce.
Open for lunch:
Thursday, Friday, Sunday: 12-2:30pm. (Closed Saturdays)
Modern destination dining with a menu inspired by family recipes and childhood memories, plus the best local and Estate produce. Enjoy heritage wines from All Saints Estate, including our rarest back vintages and famous Muscats, alongside international icons from the old world and new.
Our heritage-listed castle has been reimagined through modern architecture, curved booth seating and floor-to-ceiling windows designed to bring the natural surroundings in. The restaurant enjoys beautiful views over the expansive vineyards and lake.
KIN’S modern-regional menu offers the best of the northeast region’s produce and ingredients thoughtfully sourced from our two working Estates (Mount Ophir and All Saints). A handful of the dishes are modern interpretations of recipes passed down in our family. Highlights include a striploin with bonemarrow or Murray cod. The menu is seasonal and changes regularly. Select from two or three courses.
KIN is situated within All Saints Estate, a heritage-listed winery and working vineyard known for its award-winning fortified and modern table wines. We hope you enjoy this taste of Wahgunyah, a place we are lucky to call home.
Jack has honed his culinary expertise at some of Australia’s most renowned restaurants, developing strong relationships through a philosophy rooted in local produce.
For groups between eight and twenty guests, our private dining room offers the KIN experience with exclusivity. Bookings can be made online via OpenTable.
For the menu and further information please get in touch with the restaurant directly by email on [email protected].
Cellar Door:Monday to Sunday 10am - 5pm. Closed Christmas Day.
Bonnie Eatery:Wednesday to Sunday for lunch.Book online here.
KIN Restaurant:Thursday, Friday, Sunday for lunch. (Closed Saturdays). Book onlinehere.
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traditional Custodians of the land, water and sky country. We pay our deep respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
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