Wedding Restaurants Mornington Peninsula
Wedding Restaurants Mornington Peninsula. Review by popular location, cuisine, features, map & book direct with the venue of your choice.
Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Mornington Peninsula has some of the best Wedding 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 Wedding Restaurants in Mornington Peninsula.
The Baths Restaurant
The Baths are renowned for our breathtaking views and relaxed atmosphere and whether you’re joining us for dinner after a day on the beach or celebrating a special anniversary, The Baths offers a unique dining experience in a beautiful location.
Waves on the Beach
Located right on the seafront at the beach end of Wells Street, Frankston, Waves on the Beach offers an amazing picturesque dining experience. It boasts spectacular panoramic views over Port Phillip Bay, from the tall skyscrapers of Melbourne all the way round to the cruising ferries off Queenscliff. The recently refurbished room is modern and relaxed, allowing for an easy, coastal feel with comfortable furniture and expansive windows that showcase the breathtaking sea views. The alfresco balcony eating area can be closed in on cold wintery days or opened on warmer days to allow the sea breeze to flow through.
The relaxed elegance of the Montalto Restaurant is set in a striking and harmonious landscape building featuring rammed earth walls, timber frames and rough-hewn floor boards to blur the edges of inside and out, bringing the beauty of the outside in. Floor to ceiling windows take advantage of the breathtaking rural outlook of vines, olive groves, sculpture leading down to picturesque lakes and wetlands, with pasture, and a hint of the ocean as the backdrop. The Montalto Restaurant is imbued with a provincial spirit, from a personal greeting at the front door to the food on the plate in front of you. Led by Head Chef Barry Davis, the kitchen serves food inspired by regional France, but anchored in the fresh seasonal produce of the estate and the Mornington Peninsula. This includes Montalto's own expansive, organic herb and vegetable garden, fruit & nut orchard and berry garden to which chefs make daily visits, harvesting the best of the garden for use in the restaurant. The kitchen works with owner Wendy Mitchell to determine what is planted each season, bringing the chefs into greater connection with the growing season. As part of the regional dining experience, the wine list offers selections from highly regarded Mornington Peninsula, Australian and international wineries, in addition to current and museum release estate wines.