Breakfast Restaurants Dandenong Ranges
Breakfast Restaurants Dandenong Ranges. Review by popular location, cuisine, features, map & book direct with the venue of your choice.
Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Dandenong Ranges has some of the best Breakfast 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 Breakfast Restaurants in Dandenong Ranges.
Good food, cosy atmosphere friendly staff, make Ranges your first choice for family, or group or even couples dining in The Dandenongs, Victoria. Cafe ambient style dining by day and Relaxing Restaurant style dining at night with the Asian flair added with modern Australian dishes. Try our amazing home-made scones and sticky date or our famous Ranges mountain bread. We are famous for our open fires. Lovely outside deck at the rear where you can relax eat and drink and bring your dogs too as we are dog friendly! Fully licensed and BYO. Our food is all made with love and we do try to source our products locally. Try our famous Ranges Home Made Scones or Sticky Date or sample one our vast selection of cakes which are made locally by the same lady who has been working magic on her cakes for years! A must is one of the Vanilla Slices! Let us know if you have dietary restrictions - our friendly staff will help you find just the meal you want.
Piggery Cafe Burnham Beeches
The Piggery Café, managed by English lass Emma Lloyd and Frenchman Max Peyrard (former Bistro Vue bar manager), has been designed in a warm and rustic manner with touches of modernity. In time, Australia’s longest chicken run will be built at Burnham Beeches plus a 16-cow automated dairy, along with the steakhouse, microbrewery and piece de resistance, the European-style food/hospitality/residential hub that aims to be Australia’s first six-star luxury retreat. Outside a slew of tables lay under heating strobes looking out to lawn bowls, croquet and bocce pitches. Look even further across the 23-hectare estate and into the distance and you’ll spot the 500-tree trufferie, extensive vegetable gardens (now providing organic produce for Vue de monde and assorted Vue Group restaurants) and an emu enclosure with the grand ambition of sourcing the eggs to use in the Piggery Café dishes.