The cellar door and the restaurant are part of the QLD College of Wine Tourism. It's a fairly new facility and beautifully designed and built. The views from the restuarant are worth the visit on their own.
The food was top-class. We tried the pork with sala verde, roast capsicum, kipfler potatoes and wilted silverbeet. Beautiful food! The prices are reasonable for the quality and size of the meal ($30 for our meals).
My only suggestion for this restaurant is that not everybody wants such a large meal in the middle of the day - especially if you've visited a few wineries in the area and are already feeling a little sleepy. Some smaller meals for lunch would be great (something along the lines of a nice steak sandwich).
It's worth stopping in here for the views - peruse the menu, try a glass of wine or two, stay for lunch (or come back for dinner), there are plenty of reasons to drop in while you're in the Granite Belt.
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