What a beautiful place to visit. Off the beaten track but don't need a 4WD to get there. Easy to find. Well worth the visit & price. If you feel like a bit more than a $20 pub meal & something a bit more refined...More
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We visited here while driving through KL on holiday. They have a fresh water marron farm surrounded by Valley of grape vines mainly sauvignon blanc. The cafe on site offers lunch only and you'd have to pre-book it as the seats are limited and the...More
We made a 1 hour drive each way to come to the Marron cafe without knowing much about Marron. The menu was a disappointment with only a couple of items including Marron but the staff explained you can effectively have Marron with any sauce etc....More
Really good seafood, good staff, definitively to check it out. They also got a lots of different type of wines, and spices.
We visited for lunch. Restaurant was quiet. I had expected a more extensive menu but, possibly due to it being winter, the choice as less. We had the special platter which had an excellent selection but the marron, for flavour, was lacking. Dessert choices were...More
We were warmly greeted upon arrival to the Marron Cafe where the friendly and attentive service continued throughout the afternoon. We ordered the platter accompanied by 2015 Sauvignon Blanc and finished with coffee and pecan pie, all of which was delicious! Couldn't fault the food,...More
My partner and I visited the Marron Cafe in August 2016 for Sunday lunch. We ordered the seafood platter for two for approximately $90. The Poachers platter consisted of one small grilled marron cut into two halves, four pieces of fried calamari, four scallops, eight...More
We stopped here for a late lunch and had the special platter. It came quite quickly and all of the food was beautiful but the marron was the "hero of the dish". We then went to check out the shed where they have a display...More
when we arrived we went to see how the marron were grown and the lady in there was just great. she explained how they were farmed and answered our questions, she was so nice and knew what she was talking about.we then went and had...More
When on Kangaroo Island a vist to Marron Cafe is a must and you should order Poachers Platter (when you are 2 people). You should also enter the room to see the different types of marrons and taste the wine.