Discover the best restaurant in Corowa, Australia including The Terrace Restaurant at All Saints Estate, The Pickled Sisters Cafe, D'Amicos Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria, Parker Pies, Sultans Turkish Takeaway, Tuileries Restaurant, TASTE, Stonegrill - Hotel Australia, Corowa Whisky & Chocolate Coffee Shop, Poachers Paradise
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4.5 based on 161 reviews
Terrace Restaurant is adjacent to the All Saints Estate cellar door and overlooks sweeping lawns to the vineyards beyond. No wonder it is North East Victoria's favorite dining experience! Here you can sample award-winning wines and discover divine local produce in our seasonal menu created by Head Chef Simon Arkless. Awarded one hat by The Age Good Food Guide 2014, 2015 & 2016 and Top 100 Australian Restaurants Gourmet Traveller 2015 & 2016.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
Owner operated winery cafe in the heart of the Rutherglen wine region committed to regional produce, friendly service and great coffee.
Went for lunch after Reading other reviews on trip advisor...this cafe has a fabulous outdoor deck...after checking out the menu...our choices were the herb crumbed goats cheese with figs n rocket n apple balsamic..very tasty...twice baked spiced cheese souffle n avocado salsa n spinach n creamed corn..very nice also...service was very efficient...will revisit in the future...
4.5 based on 212 reviews
A busy italian restaurant suitable for couples and families alike. A function room available for 30-60 people. Outside bar/lounge areas, perfect for a cocktail from spring-autumn.Bookings are highly recommended especially over the summer months and long weekends.This is the second restaurant owned by the D'Amico girls. Come in and enjoy a wonderful dining experience.
Previous visit worried by the slowness of service...and it's nice to report that Lisa and the crew now provide impeccable service, which complements the terrific food. Attentive and [now more]pleasant staff, means drink and food orders arrived in refreshingly reasonable time, even though the place...MoreGreat to hear that we have improved. Always striving to give 'our best'. Thanks for the review!
4.5 based on 436 reviews
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Sultans Turkish Takeaway serves; Chicken,lamb/beef Doner kebabs, dips, baklava, vegeterian options,salads,chips,HSP snack packs, salad /meat rice packs, Chicken and lamb shish meals.
We're regulars at Sultans, which says already a lot. What we like about this little Turkish gem in Corowa (out of all places) is that it's clean, service is excellent and the quality of the food is very good. Only once, when arriving just before the cafe closed, was the meat dry and not very appetising. But we didn't even complain because we were hungry and late plus this was a one-off experience. All other times there was only praise for any of the dishes we had. And as for service: once we ordered a particular dish and the owner brought a similar one to our table. We started eating it, noticing the difference to what we actually had ordered. The owner just happened to come to our table (as he always does) asking whether we're happy and upon our query immediately remembered that he had made a mistake, apologised and this time the right dish anew. The way this whole interaction took place is just one example for the quality of service.
As a side note: I like the coffee. They're roasting their own, which is something I'm used to from cafés let's say in Melbourne but it seems a rarity in places like Corowa! The owner is quite passionate about coffee. The beans he uses come from many different places in the coffee world and they get mixed to flavours that I generally quite like. Unfortunately at the moment they're waiting for a new roasting machine, but I'm already excited about tasting the new brews.
Finally: music is a very personal thing but I like the eclectic and quite contemporary taste of the owner. And, after having heard me commenting on some of the songs and noticing that I'm using Shazam now and then to add the odd one to my own collection, he now changes the music when we drop in for a meal. Nice little additional incentive to have dinner.
4 based on 288 reviews
We've eaten at Tuileries many times in last 10 years or more. It has never been a poor choice for a great meal, and on this visit we thought the food was really very good. The building is big and quite ugly from the outside, but as soon as one enters it is modern and stylish. Service is friendly and relaxed but retains enough poise and formality to add the the ambience. I was disappointed that my 'blue' steak was rather too well cooked, but it was none-the-less very tasty and well presented. My Stilton 'soufflé" entrée with walnuts and chervil was simply stunning. This is one of the restaurants where the overall prices are quite reasonable leaning to the high side, but the wines are seriously marked up. Careful choice, if you know Rutherglen wines, will pay dividends. It is amusing that even with a stelvin closure the cap was left on the table when the waitress opened our wine :-) In many restaurants which offer a cheese plate it is quite poor and predictable - not so on this occasion with a choice from 5 excellent, varied and interesting cheeses. A great meal.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
Taste seats 118 inside and 30 alfresco (our courtyard is undercover and has heating and cooling systems and generally have live music on Saturday nights, as long as conditions are favourable). A La Carte dining/degustation menus available from 6pm with lunches and Sunday nights by appointment only. Contact us for Reservations or information with regard to booking functions/weddings/etc either in-house or off-site.
Thank you again Gavin for a wonderful night. WOW,, so busy,but we still enjoyed great service, yummy food & wine. Your professional attitude shone through again, under pressure. Looking forward to our next visit in the new year. Our guests dined with you thursday night,with the fur kids. They commented over breakfast....THE best evening ever. Doglover Rutherglen.
4 based on 53 reviews
We had dinner at the Australia Hotel. I had roast pork and the three other people had roast lamb. meals in most Aussie pubs are always generous but this outdid any I have had previously. All the meat, vegies, apple sauce and gravy were hot and fresh. Served with a smile by happy friendly staff. The cost was similar to the cost of an entree in the city.
4 based on 118 reviews
CAVEATE: This review is primarily about the event evening.
This was more than the cafe at the Corowa Whisky & Chocolate Factory, it was an evening of whisky inspired food with accompanying Australian whiskys, beer, rum and gins.
The dining area is the old Corowa flour mill machinery space that has been converted into a huge space for functions and a magnificent bar that is stocked with many of the Australian spirits mentioned before, plus some from overseas. Oh! the space also includes the stills for production of their own whisky. Tours are available.
The food was superb and prepared, singlehanded by the factory's resident chef, Sam.
Dean & Neil Druce hosted an great event, ably assisted by Kathleen from Nip of Courage and guest distillers from NSW, VIC and TAS. The Australian spirits industry is vibrant and the products are world class.
The cafe area is next to the large function area and the food from here (everyday) is of the same standard. We have eaten in it in October 2017. The staff area all locals and very proud of the produce of their region.
This is a great half day visit for families and if you call ahead Dean or Beau, the head distiller, will give you a tour of the still and tell you about their whisky.
Of significance, this mill was bought for $1 a few years ago. Go to the web site for details.
4 based on 174 reviews
I only popped in here to watch the cricket, and to get out of the afternoon summer heat from outside, but there was sport on the TV screens and some comfortable Seating, and cold crisp beer. Can't complain. They even had credit card tap & pay.
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