Dining

Dining & Restaurants in Tarraleah

Food, glorious, Tasmanian food!

Nothing quite like it – and on the Estate we aim to use fresh local Tasmanian produce whenever we can.

Teez Café The Teez is a great place to start the day with the company of ducks, home cooked breakfast and real coffee. Let the entire day slide past, by staying on for morning tea with fresh made cakes, home baked pies for lunch or an afternoon tea of fresh baked scones.

CAFE OPEN: September - April, most days from 8:00am, call ahead for exact opening days and group bookings 6289 0105.

The Highlander Restaurant 

This Tasmanian restaurant is a great evening dining choice for an intimate dinner or family celebration. With a lounge bar to enjoy a pre-dinner drink, or cosy up with cheese in front of the fire, there are also two dining areas, each with their own feel, as well as an extensive atrium area, which is great in summer. The menu is the best that Tasmanian produce can offer, with the chefs only limited by their imaginations as to what can be smoked, cured or home baked. The kitchen will even cook that enormous trout you caught – as long as you understand that the cooking process can shrink fish - so we will just have to trust you about how big it really was.

RESTAURANT OPEN: NOVEMBER 2017 - APRIL 2018 and on request for groups

CLOSED SUNDAYS (including Christmas Eve), CHRISTMAS DAY AND OCCASIONALLY FOR PRIVATE GROUPS

Bookings Essential. Contact Reception on (03) 6289 0111 between 9:00am - 4:30pm

Tarraleah Lodge

Back at The Lodge there is a whisky selection of over 155 different malts from all over the world. To be fair, most are from a cold hilly place on top of England – not surprising given that they are chosen by a man in a kilt who lives on the Estate and also chose our beautiful hairy cattle.

Alternate dining

For those who love the outdoors but who are unwilling to butter their own bread, we can help with picnics and all expedition provisions can be provided. Pre - order is required.

Not that we want to stop you from doing some of the work – if that is what grabs your fancy... The beautiful art deco cottages also have large kitchens with all the mod cons. for small group cooking. The kitchens are fully stocked with plates, cutlery and cooking utensils, however you will need to bring your own ingredients and fancy tablecloth. The nearest supermarket is at Ouse - 35 minutes away.