The Green Shed Bistro

Housed in a historic 1860s printing office, where the local newspaper used to tell of infamous neighbour Ned Kelly’s activities and eventual trial in Beechworth, this casual country bistro has colourful artworks and an open fire in winter. The European-inspired menu offers entrées such as cuttlefish risotto or oxtail-stuffed tomato with pesto. Main courses might be a rabbit pie floater made with homemade puff pastry on pea purée or baked blue-eye with bean, olive and potato salad. Good use is made of local produce as in a confit of local duck with Stanley apple, pear and walnut sauce with Pennyweight sherry. They cure their own salmon and make their own house wines and Marc Wine labels from their vineyard in Stanley.

Contact information

37 Camp St; (03) 5728 2360; open weekends for lunch and Fri–Sun for dinner


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