Bistro Restaurants Bendigo
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Bendigo has some of the best Bistro dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Bistro Restaurants in Bendigo.
Utilising the best in local and seasonal produce to bring you an accessible dining experience where technique and quality of ingredients is uncompromised. "The people of Lyon are on to a good thing. They invented the Bouchon, an eatery built on warm service and well-cooked produce. Chef Travis Rodwell has brought this concept to Bendigo, where he has earned an excellent reputation for French classics, such as snails with garlic butter and chargrilled quail with punchy bois boudran sauce. Mains such as 'Everything Wagyu' porterhouse are a worthy match for Heathcote Shiraz." The Age Good Food Guide 2014
The Hotel Shamrock
A fixture on the Bendigo social scene since 1854, this grand lady has kept her stunning looks and Victorian adornments. She's a gracious hostess - seductive or entertaining depending on her guests' moods. She carries her age proudly alongside modern luxury and personalised service. Located in the heart of Bendigo with 28 accommodation rooms, 2 different styles of dining, a TAB and sports bar as well as newly renovated Underground New York Style bar, the Hotel Shamrock has more than meets the eye.
The Empyre Boutique Hotel
The Empyre Boutique Hotel evokes grandeur and an understated elegance of a bygone era not seen in Castlemaine since the gold rush. Although built as the Albion hotel in 1860, its current transformation has produced a timeless and sophisticated hotel that is classic european inspiration. Furnished with stunning antique French and Asian pieces that adorn every level of the hotel, you will marvel at how they sit harmoniously side by side with modern amenities that we have come to expect today. Just six luxurious rooms all named after different aspects from the hotel’s past, create an intimate travel destination, where you may relax and unwind. Please note the Empyre cafe and restaurant has closed as of the 30th June 2012 and the hotel will continue to operate as an upmarket Bed and Breakfast venue as of the 1st July 2012. Relax, take time to unwind and enjoy the unspoilt beauty of Castlemaine and its surrounding villages. Or use the Hotel as a base to explore the many regional towns and their offerings that are with in 30 minutes of the Empyre.