Winter Harvest Long Lunch Series at 321 Café Learmonth

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Enjoy a cozy and delicious winter harvest long lunch at 321 Café Learmonth, featuring the best seasonal produce from local farmers and producers.

Their three-course long lunch will celebrate the flavours of the season, with dishes like roasted root vegetables, hearty braised meats, featuring local premium Australian grass-fed Angus Beef, Wagyu Beef, and Australian White Lamb from Mount Bolton Springs farm, and a decadent dessert.

Mount Bolton Springs was founded by Susanne Marro (Dixon), a fourth-generation farmer, and has an unwavering commitment to best-practice regenerative farming.

Enjoy a glass of local wine from our good friend Michael Unwin from Michael Unwin Wines, as well as a variety of Pyrenees wines, locally brewed beer, or homemade cider which each course.

Gather your friends and loved ones for an afternoon of good food, good company, and good cheer in the charming countryside and village of Learmonth.

$99 per person, includes three three-course lunch with your choice of three wines, locally brewed beer and 321 Cider (or non-alcoholic options).

The Winter Harvest Long Lunches will be held on Saturday 29 June, Saturday 27 July, and Fathers Day Sunday 1 September.

Spaces limited, please call or email to book.

Content: Cobden Hotel Pty Ltd

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  • 27 Jul & 1 Sep


321 Cafe Learmonth

High Street, Learmonth VIC 3352

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$25 - $99

Three course lunch, and three drinks (wine, beet, cider, or non-alcoholic options avaliable)

Accessibility Information

  • Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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