WoodLand House

restaurants / Australian

Lonely Planet review

Housed in a Victorian terrace of ample proportions, this was the former incarnation of Jacques Reymond, a local pioneer of degustation dining. After 15 years he handed over the reigns to two of his sous chefs, who learned everything they know from the man.

The tasting menu has shifted from its original French focus to an innovative Modern Australian direction incorporating quality local produce. Sunday lunch offers a good-value chef's set menu of 4 courses for $80.