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Set in a heritage stable on Little Bridge Street, Ballarat, Dyer’s Steak Stable has been serving only the best quality, locally sourced produce for over 50 years.

Dyers Steak Stable was founded in 1972 and it was the brainchild of Murray Dyer who had a vision of a restaurant in the rustic iconic period landmark. Formally, the stables of the Old British Queen Hotel, it dates back to the mid-1860s, hence the origin of the name. Dyers Steak Stable soon became the quintessential steak restaurant of Ballarat, applauded for fine food, wine and service, often fondly referred to in Ballarat’s elite’ class as an institution.

Come and visit and enjoy the extensive wine list, service and unforgettable ambiance.

Content: Dyers Steak Stable

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27 Little Bridge Street, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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CLOSED

Tue-Fri:

11:30am–11pm

Sat:

5:30pm–11pm

Sun:

CLOSED


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  • Does not cater for people with access needs.

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