Tapas Restaurants Mornington Peninsula
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Mornington Peninsula has some of the best Tapas 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 Tapas Restaurants in Mornington Peninsula.
A unique collection of places to eat, drink and be entertained…breaking all the rules of traditional pubs, bars and restaurants on Main Street! Merchant Lane has established itself as one of the Peninsulas premier and most unique venues to enjoy fantastic food to refresh with a huge range of cold beers, incredible cocktails all served with style and flair and an incredible place to enjoy a night out with Melbournes best DJ’s! Whatever your upcoming special event is allow our dedicated functions team not only meet but exceed your expectations ensuring your special event is nothing short of spectacular!
The Long Table
Andrew & Samantha draw inspiration for their seasonal menus from the diverse array of local Victorian produce that comes through the kitchen door daily The impressive wine list showcases their passion for local wines, offering an eclectic mix of varietals and vintages that complements the European inspired food
Two Buoys Tapas & Wine Bar
Welcome to Two Buoys! We are a multi award-winning tapas and wine bar that also serves the best breakfast and coffee on the Mornington Peninsula. Where possible, we source our foods and wine locally, taking advantage of our proximity to some of the best wineries and growers in Australia. Sit back and relax on our deck with stunning views over Port Phillip Bay and enjoy contemporary tapas and wines from all around the world. At Two Buoys we believe food isn’t just for eating, it’s for sharing. Whether it’s with family, friends or colleagues, food brings people together. That’s why our menu concept has been built upon the foundations of sharing – sharing food, wine and a good old fashioned conversation! Sharing also provides the ability to try lots of new and different things and explore how tastes, textures and flavours can become the perfect match of a particular wine or beer. A creamy Spanish prawn with chilli and garlic, paired with a glass of Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain for example, can bring an absolutely wonderful taste and such a flavoursome experience!