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Top Eateries in Hunter Valley – Wine and Dine at Hunter Valley!

Hunter Valley is one of the most iconic places in Australia for wine-production. In addition to a vast array of fine wines, there's also an exhaustive list of exquisite restaurants.

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Bodega

Bodega

If you enjoy open-air alfresco dining amidst beautiful scenery with sights and sites such as the Hunter Valley Golf Resort, then this restaurant is for you. Located at the Cypress Lakes Resort, Bodega is known for its pleasant atmosphere and a menu featuring home-style food that makes it stand out as far as restaurants in resorts are concerned.

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Muse

Muse

If you'd like to take your significant other to an evening of fine-dining, then look no further. Consistently met with critical acclaim, Muse's renowned chef Troy Rhoades-Brown serves exquisite dishes featuring slow-cooked Lamb and Butter-Poached Scampi Tails. He is also very well known for his unique desserts.

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Restaurant Botanica

Restaurant Botanica

As the restaurant's name might imply, sustainability and freshness are hallmarks of their operation. Located at Spicers Vineyard Estate, this restaurant is known for their freshly-baked bread that is produced daily. Their dishes are cooked on-site using the freshest ingredients, delivering delicacies that are both rich in flavour as well as healthiness.

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Margan Restaurant

Margan Restaurant

A unique establishment with a strong Mediterranean influence in their culinary offerings, Margan has a very clever twist. This restaurant also operates out of a vineyard, and the dishes are made with particular attention to complement the award-winning wines produced here by Andrew Margan. The restaurant also offers panoramic views of the Brokenback Range.

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Bistro Molines

Bistro Molines

Thanks to the cuisine of Chef Robert Molines, a gifted Frenchman, the restaurant is considered a treasure by the locals. The French arrived to the area sometime in the early 70s and have remained ever since. An impeccable wine-list paired with down-to-earth cuisine native to the region is what you will find at the Bistro Molines

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Circa1876

Circa1876

One of the highest-ranked establishments in the region, this restaurant's unique pairing of modern Australian delicacies with a French influence has garnered it universal praise. The chef is American-born; George Francisco and his insistence on using seasonal produce from the dedicated garden takes the food to a whole new level.

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Sabor

Sabor

If you're looking for a locale with the best range of desserts and sweet-treats in the area, then this is for you. Featuring unique ice-creams and chocolates along with indulgent treats such as Portuguese Custard tarts, Sabor is a place sure to delight you.

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Mojo's on Wilderness

Mojo's on Wilderness

This is probably one of the most dynamic culinary establishments in the region. By day, Mojo's serves up incredible takes on classical break-fast dishes ranging from gourmet sandwiches to quiches. By night, the two resident chefs, Ros and Adam Baldwin, serve up iconic European cuisine with their own unique flair.

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