The Hotel's two restaurants offer fine local produce skillfully prepared by Head Chef, Mathew Macartney and his team, complemented by outstanding Yarra Valley wines from our historic cellar built in 1840.
Giant Steps is an award winning winery and restaurant.Our philosophy in the kitchen is the same as in our winery - showcase the best quality produce available. Our menu pays tribute to some of the finest ingredients available both locally and abroad.You'll find us at 336 Maroondah Highway, Healesville, we're open from Monday to Wednesday 11am to 6pm and Thursday to Sunday 11am to late.
Come visit us at our new home in Healesville (we call it IBHQ) for some delicious wine, great pizza and tasty paella, or enjoy a non-wine option such as our IB Cider and Melbourne coffee around a share board. It's a cellar door, a cafe, restaurant, bar and your home away from home, so relax and enjoy.Located in the centre of Healesville , we're open Sunday to Thursday 11am to 9pm and Friday to Saturday 11am to 10pm. Phone: 03 5999 9222 www.innocentbystander.com.au
We work closely with some of Victoria's finest producers, many of which are located literally next door. Our cheeses are made by our neighbours at the Yarra Valley Dairy – except for the Shaw River's perfect buffalo mozzarella from the Western District.The Mt Zero olives we use grow in a biodynamic, self-sustaining grove. We bake our own bread every morning. The list goes on, beautiful produce that simply speaks for itself.Come visit us at 12 St Huberts Road, Coldstream. Open Monday to Thursday 11am to 8:30pm adn Friday to Sunday 11am to 9:30pm. Phone: 03 8727 3030, www.meletos.com/cafe.
Rising from the rustic, weather-beaten remnants of a barn left idle for generations, Stones of the Yarra Valley has emerged as the region’s premiere food and wine destination. With uninterrupted views across vines to the blue-tinged Great Divide, Stones of the Yarra Valley is located on one of the most picturesque and historic properties in the Yarra Valley, combining two superb restaurants – The Barn and The Stables – with a stunning rough-rendered Chapel and Dairy nestled under century-old oak trees.
The Kitchen is now being over seen by Executive Chef Daniel Tokar. Along with Head Chef Andy Pattenall, the food takes on an exciting new direction, still keeping the same quality and presentation as always. With an abundance of fresh local produce to play with, the chef's are certainly in their element creating stunning dishes without compromising value for money.
Set within stunning architecture, our signature restaurant overlooks expansive and magnificent views of the Yarra Ranges. Yering Station’s Head Chef, Laura Webb-James, designs tempting menus making the most of the fresh, seasonal produce available from the region. The full range of Yering Station wines are featured on the wine list alongside exclusive property releases and a diverse selection of wines from the Rathbone Wine Group stable. An exclusive list is available featuring older vintages selected by Chief Winemaker, Willy Lunn from Yering Station's Museum. Come & enjoy the outdoor terrace and indulge in some fine wine and cheese for this is the perfect place to soak in the spectacular surrounds.