Margaret River is both a region and a bustling market town famed for its wine, incredible surfing, gorgeous coastline, multi-chambered caves and mysterious karri (eucalyptus) forests. Award-winning Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Semillon vintages are produced at the area’s more than 200 vineyards. The annual Margaret River Wine Region Festival is a vintner’s paradise, attracting gourmet enthusiasts from around the globe.
Things to do in Margaret River
4.5 based on 592 reviews
Enjoy lunch and capture that Margaret River ambiance at Watershed's restaurant and alfresco dining deck overlooking our rolling vineyard and dam. Our Ric Stein trained Head Chef Dan Gedge sources Margaret River's freshest seasonal produce to create exquisite contemporary Australian dishes. With great food complemented by an award-winning selection of premium wines, the Watershed restaurant should be on every food and wine lovers list. Restaurant: Wednesday to Sunday 12 to 3 pm (bookings recommended) Café: Monday to Sunday 10 to 5pm (no bookings required)
Attended a 60th birthday party at Watershed. Amazing location, great tour and wine tasting. Great food and fine wine.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Wine has always been the hero in our Restaurant. The 7-course Discovery Menu is our signature experience; each course is inspired by one of our wines. Head chef, Santiago Fernandez and his team also take inspiration from the vineyards and winemaking process in creating dishes that bring a small part of our Estate to the table. Our 4-course Discovery Menu is a taster of the 7-course, allowing those with limited time to choose some of their courses, either matched to our recommendations or selected from our extensive wine list. We were delighted to be awarded one Hat as part of the 2018 Good Food Guide Awards. As our menus are a journey of discovery, we recommend you don’t view the menu in advance but if you can’t wait, take a sneak peek at the latest seasonal 7-course and 4-course menus on our website.
Stopped in here for a wine tasting ($10 for a flight). The building and surrounding grounds were absolutely beautiful and the wine was great! Awesome spot to sit and relax. Only complaint would be that the staff weren't very attentive, but they were really nice...MoreHello Elyse D, Thanks for your feedback on your experience with us. I'm very pleased you enjoyed our wines and your tasting, and we appreciate the recommendation. Kind regards Janine Carter, Cellar Door manager
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Welcome to one the leading restaurants in the Margaret River Region. The key to our award winning restaurant has not just been the uncompromising focus on fresh local and seasonal produce, but it's also the setting and service. The rustic design of our spacious restaurant with natural timber, stone, high beamed ceiling and magnificent double sided fireplace provides a cozy and welcoming feel. The open plan layout lets guests enjoy the picturesque surrounding vineyard and Gardens by dining inside or outside. The climate and landscape that make this a great vineyard also creates the perfect setting to enjoy our food, ambiance and above all, our wine. Enjoy an intimate lunch or bring the family, Xanadu Wines Restaurant offers the perfect setting for any occasion. Reservations are recommended.
This was the most enjoyable restaurant I visited throughout my WA holiday. The menu was imaginative, the ingredients were freshly sourced and the scenery was beautiful. I went with my parents, children and husband and our top two favourite dishes were the lamb carpaccio and the Kashmiri chicken but we didn’t dislike anything we ate. My only criticism? While the main menu was extremely innovative, the children’s menu was fairly standard (eg. Fish and chips, burger and chips). Where are we going to find our gastronômes of the future?
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We are Margaret Rivers oldest restaurant! and have been delighting both locals and visitors for over 26 years! Our look is character and eclectic and our focus is all on the food, wine and service bringing you an unrivalled experience. We specialise in luxury cuts of free range meat with local wines, fresh seafood and Italian pasta as well as that famous duck and venison and that sought after 800g prime ribeye steak. With a reputation for excellent food and welcoming service, you'll find us at the top end of the main street in Margaret River and open EVERY NIGHT from 6pm. We are Fully licensed and our great wine list is drawn from Margaret River local wineries. If you're looking for an exceptional dining experience to bring you back time and time again join us at The Arc of Iris and discover why we have been around for 26 years when so many others come and go.
We chose this restaurant specifically because of its high Tripadvisor rating. Surprise! We were the only guests in the establishment from 7:30-9:15. One of the main problems is that the Chef's ego has turned the menu into an eclectic wasteland. The meats that are offered are the cheapest cuts (blood sausage, cheeks, belly), and if one selects a Ribeye, that takes the price to $65. It is so "special" that the average diner will find little to titillate the palate. The "Dukkah" bread plate had little bread with an exotic spice. The Angel Hair Pasta had some crab (not generous as the menu indicated) that was not properly cleaned - lots of crab shell to find with your tongue and teeth and spit out in the middle of a romantic dinner. The Bocconcini Salad special had a minimal portion of bread served. All in all, not an inspiring evening
4 based on 242 reviews
Been every morning for our breakfast and not disappointed. All the staff are very friendly and a big thank you to Conner who advised us to visit various places. You were busy but still found time for us.
An excellent range of food ideas and my personal favourite has to be the toasted banana, walnut and almond loaf. The coffee is a work of art ....... not to mention very flavoursome.
Well done everyone.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
A cute little cafe in the forest, with the stunning Boranup Gallery next door. Cafe Boranup is 4kms South of Lake Cave on Caves Road Forest Grove, keep an eye out or our sign. Please go to our website for a map and GPS co-ordinates if that helps. We are friendly, do great coffee, make our own cakes and our lunches are hearty, delicious and reasonably priced.
Interesting venue with an inside/outside cafe and a seperate art studio.
Cafe was busy and while the service was frendly and quick the result was substandard food ie cold/luke warm sausage roll (tasty) uncooked zucchini, egg slice. The requested "plain" sausage roll arrived with salad.
Coffees were good.
This place has promise... the staff just need to take more care with their presentation of food.
$58 for 3 items (sausage roll, egg slice & croissant) & 2 coffees also created surprise.
Wouldn't return for food.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Morries is a comfortable, all weather, cafe/cocktail bar/restaurant, offering quality breakfast, lunch and dinners, 7 days a week. Our focus is simple, good food and good people, anytime!
Recently ate at Morries and found it to be a lovely little restaurant with yummy food and terrific service ! Servings are not terribly large BUT we would rather have quality over quantity and we certainly had a memorable meal - thank you !
4.5 based on 823 reviews
No wonder this place has been so busy everyday we are passing. Popped in for breakfast, which was delicious, and can see why it is so popular. Quirky decorating and fabulous foods. Will be back again before going home
4.5 based on 537 reviews
Absolutely outstanding in every sense. This is the second time we’ve been here over two visits to Margaret River and we hoped they would be as good the second time! They did not disappoint. Service was spot on and the food amazing! The selection of wines is extensive and the surrounding quaint and clean. Can’t wait to visit again.
4.5 based on 511 reviews
Miki's Open Kitchen is tempura dining restaurant in Margaret River that features an open kitchen where guests can comfortably sit around the counter and watch Miki and his team prepare amazing dishes, located at the back of the arcade behind Cafe 131, with a great local wine list Japanese beer and sake, be sure to make a booking as we are only a small restaurant. Open dinner service only Tuesday - Saturday from 6pm
Visited after having had to cancel a previous booking. Amazing food and flavours. Caters very well for vegetarians. A very pleasant dining experience. All the dishes were explained by our waitress. Would definitely visit again.
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