365 Places: Brindabella Hills Vineyard
Day 42: Brindabella Hills Vineyard, New South Wales, Australia
The Brindabella Hills vineyard is just a little further along the road from Surveyor Hill, a vineyard I talked about in an earlier post for 365 Places.
Yesterday, we headed to Brindabella Hills vineyard for lunch before going to Surveyor Hill for the night, to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The cafe has only been open for around 6 weeks and it was great to go somewhere close-by for lunch, where could enjoy some fine food and wine while taking in the stunning western views of the Brindies.
We opted to try a number of the entrée sized tasting plates so we could get some ideas about what to order next time.
This was our lunch order, which was accompanied by a glass of very good Pinot Gris:
- Ciabatta Bread with Homeleigh Olive Oil, Caramelised Balsamic and Two Girls Dukkah $7
- Chorizo, Potato and Mozzarella Croquettes with Two Girls Tomato Chutney and Rocket $16
- Zucchini and Haloumi Balls with Two Girls Chili Jam, Mint Yoghurt and Rocket Salad $16/$24
- Popcorn Shrimp with Black Salt, Spicy Aioli and Lime $16/$26
It was all totally delicious, and we followed it with sharing some Sticky Date Pudding and Coffee.
Here are some pictures of Brindabella Hills vineyard.
What I love about having a weekend in this area is that although we are about 5 kilometres from home as the crow flies, it feels like we are a million miles away.
This morning after a delicious breakfast at Surveyor Hill, we headed over to the monthly Hall Markets. This month was a bit of a disappointment as many stall holders and market goers stayed home as it was a rainy Sunday.
Opening from 12th October for lunch on weekends and public holidays
Bookings essential – phone 02 61619154 or email email@example.com
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