Blue Wren Restauarant is one of Mudgee's best restaurants. The Modern Australian menu, created by head Chef Damien Beard, using the freshest local ingredients. Just outside the Mudgee township, gaze o...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/central-west/mudgee/restaurant/blue-wren-wines
Mudgee Food and Wine
With a continuous history of winemaking since the 1850s, Mudgee is the third largest grape-producing region in NSW and has more than 110 wine grape growers and around 30 cellar doors. The region is known for its concentrated and flavoursome red wine styles as well as its chardonnay.
Food and wine in Mudgee
Mudgee’s temperate climate allows for the slow ripening of grapes, producing red wines of great intensity, depth and flavour. The region produces great chardonnay and has a reputation for crafting cabernet sauvignon and shiraz of great character; recent years has also seen success with sangiovese, barbera and zinfandel.
Compare wine varieties at Logan Wines’ award-winning cellar door and others around Mudgee. Several of the region’s best wineries also run top restaurants including di Lusso, Lowe Wines, Moothi Estate Vineyards and Robert Oatley Vineyards.
Great Mudgee dining options include Roth’s Wine Bar which serves a good selection of local wines and modern Australian share plates. The Wineglass Bar & Grill offers a regularly-changing menu focused on fresh local produce. The Butcher Shop Café offers great coffee and breakfasts, while Market Street Café and Outside the Square Café are popular choices for casual dining.
For fresh local produce under one roof visit the Mudgee Corner Store or the Mudgee Fine Food Farmers Markets on the third Saturday of each month. The High Valley Wine & Cheese Co. is a cheese factory, café and cellar door in one. The Saffron Kitchen in Rylstone sells a creative range of award-winning saffron products.
Mudgee has been brewing beer since 1858. Discover a taste of some of the best ale in town at the Mudgee Brewing Company. Try their specialty boutique brews and enjoy live music inside this historic building which formerly operated as a wool store for 80 years.
Dine in the ‘Tunnel of Lowe’ amongst a canopy of vines at Lowe Wines. This event is held annually in February and invites guests to enjoy a range of Lowe wines, served in the vineyards in which the wine grapes were grown.
Whether it's dinner on the balcony or a few relaxed drinks in front of the football, ‘The Ori' is the place to be when in Mudgee. Housed in a federation style building with a wraparound verandah...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/central-west/mudgee/restaurant/the-oriental-hotel
At the heart of Mudgee's booming cafe scene is Outside the Square Cafe. Bright and breezy, this cafe includes a play area for the children and the menu is bursting with delicious organic and natural o...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/central-west/mudgee/restaurant/outside-the-square-cafe
Rich in both natural beauty and fine wine, Mudgee is one of Australia's prime tourist destinations. But beyond its wine, Mudgee is also home to a vibrant restaurant and cafe culture. Embracing the spi...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/central-west/mudgee/restaurant/rajarani
Set in the Cudgegong River valley in Central West NSW, Mudgee is a charming historic town and a popular destination for wine enthusiasts. Pipeclay Pumphouse was opened in October 2013, with it came a ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/central-west/mudgee/restaurant/pipeclay-pumphouse
Set in a charming 19th Century heritage building, Haldi Indian Restaurant brings authentic eastern flavours to the NSW central-west town of Gulgong. An array of well-known Indian dishes are on the men...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/central-west/gulgong/restaurant/haldi-indian-restaurant