Six of the best new regional Victorian restaurants with rooms

By Andrea McGinniss 

Quality regional restaurants? Great. Quality regional restaurants with great rooms so you don't need to worry about getting a taxi back? Even better. Here are six new spots that are well worth the drive. All together now: Road trip!


Terrace Restaurant and Castleview Cottage, Waygunyah

It's a long way to Waygunyah. So long it has a NSW phone code (but a Victorian postcode) but the new accommodation at All Saints Estate, home of one-hatted Terrace restaurant, makes it a very tempting food and wine focused roadtrip.

After you've oohed and aahed at the grand and leafy surrounds of the winery, merge into the relaxed, enclosed, marquee-style one-hatted Terrace Restaurant. There you can get snug with a window seat on eye level with the lawn, watch birds skitter through the leaves, then turn your attention to the compact, seasonal menu featuring bright, generous dishes like stracciatella with charred radicchio,sweet baby beetroot and candied walnuts. Or soft jamon with smoked ricotta and salt-baked celeriac.

You don't need to worry about holding back on the extra glass of All Saints wine either. Castleview Cottage directly opposite is just a short stumble away, offering chic, comfy accommodation in a country setting. It also has great facilities for cooking your own food, should you wish to create your own wine-matched feast.


315 All Saints Road, Wahgunyah


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Terrace Restaurant is open for lunch on Wednesday to Sunday from 12 noon until 3pm and Saturday night for dinner from 6pm. Reservations are recommended at all times to ensure that we can give you the best possible table and service.

Book online here, phone us on 02 6035 2228 or email us at [email protected]