Most people will know The Mulberry Group for its long list of Melbourne restaurants (such as (Hazel, Dessous and Liminal). Now, the group has a brand-new dining destination at Heide Museum of Modern Art in Bulleen.
Launched in late November, Heide Kitchen deals in simple but elevated breakfast and lunch dishes, featuring produce grown in Heide’s two kitchen garden as well as in The Mulberry Group’s Common Ground Project. Located opposite the museum’s main entrance, Heide Kitchen breathes new life into the former Heide Cafe, with visitors having the option to dine in, grab a takeaway coffee from the coffee cart, or purchase a picnic basket to enjoy in Heide’s surrounding gardens and sculpture park.
Heide Kitchen is influenced by Heide’s founders, arts patrons Sunday Reed and John Reed, who were both devoted gardeners with an interest in sustainability, and who directly influenced Heide’s long-standing garden-to-table philosophy.
Heide Kitchen is open from 9am to 4pm Tuesday to Sunday each week for both walk-ins and reservations. See more information and book your table.
For the month of August Heide Kitchen is offering a ticket to their current exhibition plus a garden risotto and a small salad, or a daily garden soup for $25. Available from Tuesday to Friday when you book a table here.
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