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YABBY LAKE CELLAR DOOR & RESTAURANT

 

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OPENING HOURS  

Closed until further notice 

UPDATE: Yabby Lake Cellar Door and Restaurant will re-open on Thursday 4 June 2020 (in line with stage 1 easing of restrictions - 20 customer limit). Lunch reservations are now open.

Wine is available via delivery in the meantime – orders can be placed via this website or by calling us (during office hours). We are excited to welcome you back to Yabby Lake and would like to thank our community, staff, customers and suppliers for their support during this time.


Regular hours are:

Cellar door 10am - 5pm

Restaurant 12pm - 3pm

7 days per week 

Lunch reservations recommended.

Phone +61 3 5974 3729

86 - 112 Tuerong Road, Tuerong, Victoria. 

Please Note: Bookings made via the website are not confirmed until a reply email has been received. Please include your phone number in all booking enquires. For larger groups please see GROUP BOOKINGS INFO and call cellar door directly to discuss requirements (Note: we cater for groups up to 16 people only, no larger). 

Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. 


This summer stop off at Yabby Lake Vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula, just 50 minutes from Melbourne. With a focus on single vineyard wines, relaxed lunch menu, and single estate espresso by Market Lane.

The cellar door’s menu by Chef Simon West focuses on simple yet refined, seasonal fare such as local whiting or beautiful confit Aylesbury duck served with big bowls of local greens, a range of share plates such as house-made trout rillettes and beautiful local cheeses.  An outdoor deck takes in the stunning views of the vineyard and beyond.  The wine and food experience is complemented by an engaging collection of artworks - inside and out.

The light and welcoming cellar door space is the perfect spot for a convivial family lunch and features high recycled timber beams framing large expanses of glass that showcase the spectacular setting.  A slick new tasting bar creates an intimate space for tasting at the end of the dining room. The warmth of the recycled timbers is complemented by industrial-style steel fixtures, polished concrete floors and a striking new central fireplace. 

 

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