Nice food but very small servings. Very disappointed that there were dead flies and dust on the window sill next to us.
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Sometimes, only sometimes, is just nice to go back on time and forget about minimal and trendy and go deep down on....Victorian time! I personally find the dining room a little bit dark and...sad. Anyway our choice of wine was lovely (cannot remember the name...More
The food at Eleonore's is of excellent quality, beautifully served and in a really beautiful room, the original dining room from the late 1860's.
the three course dinner was delightful, the scallops or duck as entre were delicious, the fish dishes for mains, and the crème caramel was a perfect finish.
Elegant dining - quiet, beautiful elongated dining room with long views to Mt. St. Leonard and beyond to the Black Spur. Kangaroos (x 2) ... and a resident bunny ... all as if on cue, entertained while we enjoyed a beautifully presented simple menu: the...More
I am a Foodie / ex Chef and now a Sales rep and I get around a bit. Firstly my Boss asked where he should take his wife for their 40th wedding anniversary and I suggested this gorgeous place. They stayed there , ate ,...More
Certainly a step back in the past offering the best of historic splendour to enable you to dine in luxury on local homemade meals cooked to perfection. Eleonore's was our choice for my wife's birthday something she wanted to do for some time. the food...More
We only had the pleasure of having breakfast here and it was a pleasure. A large open bright space surrounded by large windows looking out into the manicured gardens is truly a wonderful way to start the day. There is the normal buffet available offering...More