In the Yarra Valley, we know food. Come taste the difference.
Choice is delicious in the Yarra Valley. Fabulous wineries with food offerings from paddles to full eight course degustation lunch options. There are restaurants with kitchen gardens that you can wander through, chefs with passion and local produce that inspires people to keep returning. Find yourself on a stool in one of the cafes, on a bench seat in a bakery or wind down and relax over a leisurely long meal or cook up a treat at our TS Valley Villa.
Coome Melba Estate
Once the home of world-famous opera singer Dame Nellie Melba, today Coombe is one of the most unique gourmet and cultural destinations the Yarra Valley has to offer.
Situated amongst seven acres of stunning landscaped gardens, the Estate offers world-class dining experiences, award-winning Estate-grown Coombe Yarra Valley wines, and great insight into the world of Dame Melba via a stroll through the gallery or one of our guided house or garden tours.
Coombe provides the perfect, lavish surrounds for a wine-tasting, private event, or a luxurious long lunch.
Dixon’s Creek Cafe Bar & Grill
Since opening in 2012, Dixons Creek Café Bar & Grill have established themselves as a popular destination for locals, families and visitors to the region. Their service is warm and friendly.
The menu has a range of classic meals such as burgers, parmas, steaks and salads. Located about 10 minutes drive from TS Valley Villa. Call to reserve your table as they do get booked up.
Harvest Cafe - Healesville
The Healesville Hotel is an iconic Yarra Valley Restaurant, that is at the forefront of outstanding food & wine.
For over a decade, the Healesville Hotel has received many awards, and rave reviews. Great beer garden out the back.
Heartswood is situated in the old Colonial Bank building in Yarra Glen. It is a relaxed yet refined space for the local community and visitors alike.
Enjoy an upmarket brunch during the day with fabulous coffee and then on Friday and Saturday nights the focus shifts to dinner. It’s a welcome addition to the dining scene in Yarra Glen.
Just off the main drag in Healesville, this subterranean uber cool bunker wouldn’t be out of place in the city. The building is one of the most striking in town, a collection of warm blond wooden slats standing to attention like a bundle of matchsticks.
Their menu is edgy and features generous share plates with rich flavors at affordable prices.
It also has an outdoor area that looks out on to the Healesville Bowling Club. Herd Bar is welcoming to all and offers sensational service, ambience in an unpretentious relaxed space. Definitely worth a visit.
Innocent Bystander wines. A true bon vivant, cherishing all that is good in life: wine, great coffee, local, outstanding pizzas, paella and share boards. Great for just hanging out or a nice spot for a post-winery aperitif.
Located in the heart of the Yarra Valley between the hamlets of Yarra Glen and Healesville From the family who brought you Stones of the Yarra Valley and The Stables at Stones comes Meletos, a regional café, intimate events space and 23-room boutique guesthouse.
With its walled gardens, rows of crabapple trees and raised vegetable beds, Meletos has taken an abandoned collection of century-old farm buildings and created something truly extraordinary all overlooking spectacular views.
There’s an enormous rustic cafe, Tuscan style accommodation, a providor store, private event spaces and their brand new urban winery and wine bar in Lilydale called No 7 Healesville. Do yourself a favour!
Isabella's Restaurant - Rochford Wines
Isabella’s at Rochford incorporates the current Rochford restaurant, café and alfresco areas into one exciting dining space – open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week. Rochford is also the location of all the Days On The Green concerts.
Check out their website for upcoming concerts.
Round Bird Can’t Fly
This is a great little café in the heart of Lilydale. The philosophy behind the food is to cook for their customers like they would for house guests; wholesome comfort food prepared with love to be enjoyed amongst
friends and family.
The food culture is refined yet simple dishes with pure, bold flavours showcasing seasonal produce at its finest. Round Bird Can’t Fly’s menu is thoughtfully crafted around seasonality and availability of produce. They source products from local suppliers, to reduce food miles from the farm to your plate. Located 20 minutes drive from TS Valley Villa, in Lilydale.
The Cellar Door and Restaurant offer visitors the inspired combination of striking architecture, delicious seasonal food, fine wines and a warm friendly atmosphere.
If you need to get your fill of art, wine and lunch the TarraWarra Museum of Art is located on the same property.
With majestic sweeping views of the Yarra Valley, Tokar Estate is an ideal location in which to relax, soak up nature’s beauty, taste some exquisite wines and sample the most exotic cuisine this side of the Mediterranean.
Yarra Valley Grand Hotel
The Yarra Valley Grand Hotel in Yarra Glen was built in 1888 and is a landmark historical hotel classified with the National Trust.
Located in the town centre, it is a place where locals hang out. It’s filled with eclectic charm, quality pub food, an extensive range of local wines and beers with live free music every weekend.
YV Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery
If you’re a chocolate lover then this place is a must. Stay a while and enjoy the peaceful Yarra Valley views from the Café or walk around their extensive garden and wetlands conservation area.
From breakfast, light lunch or a decadent treat, the menu features produce from their kitchen garden and nearby farms. Indulgent desserts, fondue, pastries, ice creams and hot chocolates are of course their specialties.
Yering Station Restaurant
Zonzo Train Trak Wines
Zonzo emphasises on providing casalinga style original Italian food, great matching wines and an environment that cultivates social interaction for all ages. The Train Trak wines are fabulous as well. Sometimes great wine bargains are to be had here.