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.

Image Credit: http://brindabellahills.com.au
Image Credit: http://brindabellahills.com.au

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.

Image Credit: http://brindabellahills.com.au/
Image Credit: http://brindabellahills.com.au/

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.

Vineyard Cafe
Opening from 12th October for lunch on weekends and public holidays

Bookings essential – phone 02 61619154 or email cafe@brindabellahills.com.au

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