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Peppers Guest House, Ekerts Rd,Pokolbin NSW
Vintage Room from $607* per night
Christmas buffet lunch for two including all the trimmings
Breakfast for two
A lunch only option is also available for $165 per person.
Vintage Room from $353* per night
BBQ dinner and dessert for two in the outdoor area
Two passes to the outdoor movie under the stars
Breakfast for two
An event only option is also available for $60 per person.
We went here for my 30th birthday dinner, on a sunday night. The food was amazing, with good portion sizes. The complimentary amuse bouche and confectionary to bookmark the meal was a delightful touch.My only complaint was the duck was a little salty for my taste, however the pork belly was the dish of the night.The service was very attentive and friendly and we were very happy with the place. Being a sunday it was very quiet with only two small goups coming in during our meal. They were seated in the same area of the restuarant, but as the table are nicely spaced out (I hate it when a restuarant will pack the tables in), this was not a problem at all.All in all, very enjoyable and highly recommended
First opened in 1984, Chez Pok established itself as one of the Hunter Valley’s premier dining destinations. Nearly 30 years on, this multi-award winning restaurant has reclaimed its place at Pokolbin’s luxurious Peppers Guest House and on the must-dine lists of locals and visitors. With its simple, elegant interior and leafy terrace with glorious valley views, Chez Pok is nothing but timelessly romantic, capturing both the Hunter and provincial France as articulately as its ever-changing menu. Dishes showcase the finest seasonal ingredients sourced straight from local producers, as in chilli caramel pork belly teamed with pineapple sorbet and a salad of snow crab, mint, coriander and bean shoots. A superb list of local and international wines caps off the Chez Pok experience.
Tomahawk Steak is the finest cape grim angus beef taken from the rub section of the breast. Resembling a large Tomahawk axe this is a must try dish.
What's in a name? Chez Pok makes a return to the Hunter Valley dining scene at Peppers Guest House.
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