Ten Minutes by Tractor
Winery restaurants dominate the peninsula’s fine-dining scene, and Ten Minutes by Tractor is one of the best – it combines exceptional produce and silver service with warm, country casualness.
The six-course set menu is matched with wine from cool-climate regions across Australia and around the world, focusing on chardonnay and pinot noir. The meal comes with a price tag that leaves little room for mediocrity, but Ten Minutes by Tractor doesn’t put a foot wrong. From the salad with Main Ridge goat’s cheese to the salted-caramel mousse, to the attentive wait staff and faultless ambiance, this is one slick operation.
Chef Adam Sanderson’s menu focuses on local flavours and ingredients, including foraged watercress, samphire and saltbush. Look forward to the Lakes Entrance squid, Narooma bass groper and Wimmera aged duck breast. Try to book a window seat for a view over the vineyard and surrounding bushland.