A dining room overlooking the vines makes for a favoured South Coast spot to enjoy an occasion-worthy meal.
A winery restaurant with stylish surrounds, vineyard views, great service and a relaxed menu; Amelia Park Restaurant truly offers something for everyone. Husband and wife team Blair and Renee Allen are clearly no newcomers to the region’s dining scene, their experience is evident both in the kitchen and front of house, with attentive service and a lunch-only menu that entices with relaxed, occasion-worthy dishes.
Seafood features prominently with in-season catch used thoughtfully across the menu – goldband snapper might appear early as herb-encrusted collars with spicy lime dressing, cooked just to the point of doneness, then again as a main course, this time as a fillet with celeriac purée and youlk.
Goldband snapper might appear early as herb-encrusted collars with spicy lime dressing, cooked just to the point of doneness.
Other mains see the dry-ageing cabinet come into its own with the likes of steaks, or (unaged) Amelia Park lamb rack, its sweet, succulent meat enhanced by the smokiness of the wood and grill. House-made woodfired sourdough is perfect for mopping up juices, and there’s a broad selection of desserts.
The wine list is understandably dominated by Amelia Park drops, but it’s nice to see local bubbles, stickies, beer and cocktails too. A skilled chef, well-rounded menu and beautiful venue equals relaxed, quality Margaret River dining.