When on holiday in East Gippsland, you will have the opportunity to experience some of the best regional cuisine that Victoria has to offer. Here are a few places you might consider checking out for a meal:
The Fat Fish: Located in Lakes Entrance, this modern seafood restaurant serves a wide variety of fresh seafood dishes, with an emphasis on locally caught fish and shellfish. It’s a great place to try some of the local delicacies like Flathead, Whiting, and King George whiting.
The Krowtty: This Bairnsdale restaurant offers modern Australian cuisine with a focus on local and seasonal produce. They have an ever-changing menu that highlights the best of local produce, and also has a great selection of vegetarian options.
The Local Hotel: This historic hotel in the town of Metung is known for its great food and atmosphere. They offer a mix of modern Australian and Asian cuisine, with an emphasis on locally sourced produce.
The Black Cockatoos: This Paynesville restaurant serves up modern Australian cuisine with a focus on local and sustainable ingredients. They have a great selection of fresh seafood and a nice wine list.
The Terrace: Located in the town of Mallacoota, this restaurant serves up a mix of modern Australian and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. They have a great selection of locally caught fish and seafood, as well as a nice selection of vegetarian options.
The General: This trendy cafe and restaurant in Bairnsdale serves up a mix of modern Australian and European-inspired dishes. They have a great selection of locally sourced and seasonal produce, and also have a nice selection of vegetarian options.
The Oyster Inn: Located in the town of Marlo, this restaurant is known for its fresh seafood and stunning views of the Marlo foreshore. They have a wide variety of seafood dishes, including oysters, caught from the local Marlo bay.
These are just a few examples of the many great places to eat in East Gippsland. You’ll also find a variety of other options available, including cafes, pubs, and takeaway shops. You may also find markets and farm gates where you can purchase fresh local produce, meat, seafood and cheese. In addition, East Gippsland also has a number of wineries and vineyards that offer tastings and meals that are paired with local wines.
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