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The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge is located in Maryvale within the region of South East Queensland Country. You may also wish to see other Maryvale restaurants or South East Queensland Country restaurants.
The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge, Maryvale has been independently rated as: Licensed Restaurants in Stylish Surrounds. The crossed spoon and fork symbols are only representative of The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge restaurants setting, décor & style. View the minimum requirements for each level of restaurant rating.
In 2011, The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge Restaurant Maryvale was awarded a 13 chef hat in the Australian Good Food and Travel guide's coveted Chef Hat awards. Australian Good Food and Travel Guides Chef Hat's have been awarded to discerning Chefs around the country since 1982 (see Our History). These awards are the result of careful deliberation. Inspectors appointed by AGFG dine anonymously. Their reviews and the opinions of the dining public, who generously send in their comments throughout the year, determine these results.
The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge restaurant has been listed under the cuisine classification: Modern Australian.
A recommended dish from the menu is 'Crispy skinned barramundi, Calabrese croquette'
Please check the features and facilities symbols to see if The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge also offers Vegetarian Options, Gluten Free Options, Halal Options and Kosher Options. We recommend that you phone The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge restaurant in advance if you have any specific dietary requirements.
The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge Restaurant is located at: Wilkinsons Road, Maryvale. For directions on how to get to & from The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge, please refer to the map. Onsite parking at Maryvale restaurants is not always available. We recommend you phone The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge restaurant on (07) 4666 1083 in advance for parking information.
Tipping at The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge restaurant is optional, but none the less very much appreciated. If you are pleased with the service it is customary in Maryvale to leave a tip of 5-10%.
Some restaurants in the South East Queensland Country Region require you reserve in advance, while numerous others have a no reservation policy. To avoid disappointment we highly recommend you phone The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge Restaurant on (07) 4666 1083 in advance to find out their reservation policy and availability.
The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge Restaurant Maryvale, opening hours are:
Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner: 7 Days
Every South East Queensland Country Restaurant operates their own opening and closing times. Likewise, opening hours in some restaurants can vary depending on the season, public or religious holidays, and/or other circumstances. We advise you first check with The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge Restaurant to ensure there has been no change to their opening hours prior to visiting.
Unless it has been otherwise noted, prices for The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge Restaurant reflects the average of a two course meal (entrée & main course). These prices are approximations and variations may occur.
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We hope our overview of The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge restaurant in Maryvale has been of assistance. More information about this restaurant can be found at http://www.spicersgroup.com.au/property/spicers-peak-lodge
(07) 4666 10...
Wilkinsons Road,Maryvale QLD
For modern Australian dining in lavish serenity, it’s hard to surpass the multi award winning The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge. An open stone fireplace, plush furnishings and crisp white linen set tables regale with modern country charm, with a view that overlooks the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park. Working in many top restaurants and retreats throughout Australia, head chef Doug Innes has embedded his passion for environment and produce on an eclectic, modern Australian menu, upon which you will find an ever changing selection of degustation dishes. Options at The Peak Restaurant may include honey parsnip veloute and thyme grissini, as well as ox cheek, potato puree and Dutch carrots.
Crispy skinned barramundi, Calabrese croquette
The Peak guests experience a beautifully balanced blend of many different cuisines as part of their stay.Dining at Spicers Peak Lodge in-house restaurant, The Peak, appeals to all five senses with absolutely beautiful surrounds, the cosy ambience of a log fire, the smell of something delightful being prepared in the kitchen, some moody jazz or the slight touch of an aromatic oil burning... not to mention a culinary taste sensation. our team aim to provide an unforgettable dining experience with a pleasant surprise every time.And of course the wine list at The Peak matches the calibre of the cuisine. Both are strongly inspired by the Scenic Rim and Granite Belt regions with Head Chef Doug Innes-Will and Restaurant Manager Chris Harris working together to create perfect matches. The degustation menu is evidence of this harmony.
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