We visit National Park a lot in winter and usually end up at the pub for dinner but this visit we were looking for somewhere a bit nicer. We didn't expect to find a restaurant as good as The Station. The first night I popped my head in to have a look at the menu, and the waitress was really friendly and gave me her business card to call if we decided to make a booking - which we did for the next evening. The initial thing that drew me to the restaurant was the lovely cosy atmosphere. The wine list had our favourite Roaring Meg Pinot Noir, so that accompanied by a freshly baked bread was a great start to the dinner. Mains were quite an interesting concept, in that you choose a protein and sauce, and then all mains had the same accompaniments (mash and broccoli) and were presented in the same way. It would have been nice to have some variety here, but the meat was really nicely cooked and let's face it, who doesn't like mash and broccoli!? We skipped dessert but were delighted to find three after dinner mints given to us with our bill! When we were paying we cheekily asked for more after dinner mints and they were kind enough to give them to us. Overall, a really relaxing experience with nice hearty food and good wine - great combo and we will definitely be back!
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