The reviews for this place led me to eat here. I wasn't disappointed.
My first impression was that this space would be anywhere in the world and would fit right in. It's a converted glazier's shop, with a fresh white paint and pale timbers decor.
The menu is extensive, and focuses on excellent produce sourced from local suppliers. Add a great wine list, including some excellent regional wines by the glass. The result is a great combination and an excellent meal.
Bendigo is lucky to have such a fine place to eat.
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