Mole Creek Cafe
In 1890 this charming building with its shady verandahs was the local general store. These days you won’t need to buy a bag of flour to make a damper for dinner as it houses a restaurant named after the giant laurel tree in the garden. The place is known for its friendly, intimate atmosphere and use of fresh, regional produce. The Mole Creek Plate entrée features local venison kransky, marinated mushrooms, various cheeses and Mole Creek chilli jam. Laurel Berry has a reputation for fine steaks but perhaps you’ll be tempted by the pan-fried trout with lemon myrtle remoulade. If you have room, their apple, raspberry and macadamia crumble with ice-cream is heavenly.
100 Pioneer Dr; (03) 6363 1399; open Mon–Sat for breakfast and daily for lunch and dinnercomments powered by Disqus