Popular among Bowral locals, Caffe Rosso serves the best contemporary Italian cuisine in the Southern Highlands. Open all day for coffee, light snacks, pizza or a glass or wine, Caffe Rosso offers bot...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/southern-highlands/bowral/restaurant/caffe-rosso
Southern Highlands Food and Wine
The first vines were planted here in 1983. Although young, the Southern Highlands’ wine scene is home to more than 60 vineyards specialising in pinot noir and pinot gris. The region encompasses the towns of Exeter, Moss Vale, Sutton Forrest, Bowral, Berrima and Mittagong.
Southern Highlands Food and Wine
Pinot noir and pinot gris are acknowledged specialties of the region, however the area’s wine producers are also cultivating impressive cool-climate chardonnay, merlot, riesling, sauvignon blanc and shiraz, as well as producing award-winning sparkling wines.
For a memorable fine dining experience, stop in at the award-winning Biota Dining in Bowral, that supports local growers with its menu focusing on seasonal artisan produce. Eschalot in Berrima operates from a beautiful heritage sandstone building and offers flavours highlighting regional European influences. Bernie’s Diner in Moss Vale first opened its doors in 1925 and serves classic diner-style food, while Café Rosso in Bowral specialises in Italian food.
Tennessee Orchard features a farm gate shed where you can purchase local produce. The Old Robertson Cheese Factory stocks a wide range of local and imported cheeses and has an on-site café. The forested areas in the region are also home to several truffle farms as well as the popular Li-Sun Exotic Mushroom Tunnel Tour, run three times a year by FoodPath.
Wander through the fruit trees and purchase a range of jams, jellies and other condiments all prepared on-site. Accommodation is also available at the Montrose Cottage, first built in 1861 and surrounded by a lush English garden.
Meet the people behind the produce on a farm tour, market tour or walking tour. FoodPath also runs group workshops and cooking classes covering preserving, jam making, sausage production, pizza and pastry making.
Biota Dining in Bowral has won numerous awards for its food, wine list and sustainable practice. The restaurant takes the words “locally-produced” to a new level, with many of the ingredients on the menu grown metres from diner’s tables.
Tennessee Orchard is a farm gate shed where you can purchase apples picked and packed.
The apple season is generally from late February through to August depending on supply and demand. Vari...
Venture out to to the country for a weekend in Bowral and you can be assured that on any given night, you'll be stopped in your tracks by the traditional Italian liveliness of Eccetera Trattoria. Slip...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/southern-highlands/bowral/restaurant/eccetera-trattoria
The Southern Highlands is often associated with old world grandeur, but the well-respected team at Harvey's Bar and Gibralter Grill inject a touch of modernity into the Bowral dining scene. Enjoy a dr...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/southern-highlands/bowral/restaurant/gibraltar-hotel
Restaurant owners, Robin and Mandy Murray want you to sit back and enjoy the sprawling views of the Centennial Vineyards when you take a visit to Bowral in the Southern Highlands. Enjoy breathtaking v...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/southern-highlands/bowral/restaurant/centennial-vineyards-restaurant
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On Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September 2013, Bong Bong Picnic Race Course Bowral came alive with the sound of tantalised palates, the pour...
Experience the taste of southern hospitality at Sallys Corner Wines. Local family Allen and Dawn Davies, who are the viticulturalists, are pleased to announce the opening of their cellar door in the ...enquiries.southern-highlands.com.au/accom_result1/sallys-corner-wines/