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Lifestyle : Dining With A View
1HERSA1 E012 Pellegrini's Seafood Restaurant 107 Ellio─ Street, Balmain | (02) 9810 4551 | www.pellegrinis.com.au Mon-Tue,ClosedlWed-Sat,noonto4pm&6pmto11pm|Sun,9am-11am&noon-4.30pm Pellegrinis Seafood restaurant is set in a lovely loca on in Balmain overlooking the westerly reaches of the harbour, specialising in fresh seafood at reasonable prices. BYO Enormous 3 Level Showroom - Take a Drive & Save a Packet Commercial, Wholesale and Retail Customers Welcome 312 - 320 Canterbury Rd, Canterbury PH 9789 5678 Caf Chairs $39 Bar Stools up to 60% off Luke $55 Michelle $82 Nicole & Susan $78 Sharon $92 Cuban $88 Karina solid Mohogany Chests $225 Manly suite Save 55% Now $675 Angela Bookcases 6 colours 50% Off Now $199 213 Delhi Road, Chatswood West | P 9412 3773 | E email@example.com www.riversidecafeandbar.com.au The old Lane Cover River Steak House now has new owners and welcomes new guests to its new concept. We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week and offer diners a wide selection of dishes served 'cafe style'. Classic China Chinese Restaurant Licensed & B.Y.O (Wine only) •180degreeviewsofManlyBeachandNorthHead• • Daily fresh Hand-made Northern styles Dumplings and Noodles • • A delicious selection of traditional Chinese favourites • Ph: 9977 7211 • Level 1, 33 South Steyne, Manly 2095 www.classicchina.com.au • 7 Days Lunch & Dinner • Phone 97432225 for reservaピons Visit our website for details, www.angelosonthebay.com.au Boas ng a selec on of innova ve and contemporary cuisine prepared by chef Andrew Talese, a visit to Angelos promises to be very memorable. Floor to ceiling glass windows enable you to relax and enjoy the full surroundings or you may choose to dine alfresco on the verandah. Specialising in corporate func ons, Weddings, Cocktail par es etc Same ownership for the past 25 years. Angelos on the Bay Celebrating 25 Ye a r s AG3899099AA-100511 12 Tuesday, May 10, 2011 smh.com.au good living dining with a view special report A feast for the eyes There are great restaurants with stunning vineyard vistas across the state, writes Angie Schiavone. Plate escapes . . . (above) Racine restaurant at La Colline Wines; (left) Bistro Molines at the Hunter. Photo: Tamara Dean I t's hard to argue with staff at Bistro Molines, who've been known to claim they have the Hunter Valley's best view. The one-hat fine-diner overlooks a gorgeous green valley and vineyards from its hilltop position at the Tallavera Grove cellar door. The spot is aptly named Mount View and the panorama is particularly mesmerising on a clear, full-moon night, when silvery light shines off the dam at the bottom of the valley. Other spectacular Hunter Valley spots include the two-hat Rock restaurant at Pooles Rock Winery, Pokolbin (by day it's in casual mode as Firestick Cafe), which overlooks shiraz vines almost a century old. Away from the Hunter Valley's main hub, at Broke, is the Margan Family Winegrowers' vineyard and restaurant, where diners are treated to a view of the Brokenback Ranges, a dramatic backdrop to the restaurant's extensive kitchen garden. Further west, at Mudgee, di Lusso Estate's wood-fired pizza makes a great weekend lunch. The view of mountains from di Lusso's casual pond-side courtyard is tranquil and the opportunity to stock up on their Italian varietals, plus figs and olives, is another draw. At Orange, always picturesque during autumn, Racine at La Colline has one of the region's best views. Set high on a hill, surrounded by vines, it's green for as far as the eye can see (plus orange, yellow and red, if your timing is right). South of Sydney, on the outskirts of the ACT, is Wamboin, where the folk at Lambert Vineyards have staked out another lovely hilltop spot. Wood-fired pizza is part of the menu here, too, and the vineyard view is expansive. There are stunning scenes on the south coast, including at the Vineyard Kitchen at Cupitt's Winery, Ulladulla, where a rustic cottage looks out over the Budawang Ranges and Burrill Lake. Another lovely setting is at Dry Stone restaurant, Mimosa Wines, Bermagui. In the southern highlands, Centennial Vineyards, Bowral, has been a long-time crowd-pleaser, its high-ceiling dining room as appealing to the eye as their vines. Stones restaurant at Eling Forest Winery, Sutton Forest, is another winner if your sights are set on fine food with a beautiful, green vineyard view.
Taste of Seafood 2011