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72 Smith St,Warragul VIC
Dating back to the 1880s, Warragul’s beautiful old Courthouse is – unlike its former incarnation – the sort of place that makes you want to keep returning. Inside, The Courthouse envelops diners in warm heritage charm, while its garden courtyard (original trees intact) is an especially popular spot for leisurely lunches. In keeping with the setting, the restaurant’s seasonal menu offers food with class, showcasing regional ingredients with a hint of refinery. As well as daily specials, look out for options such as filet mignon served with horseradish mash and beer battered onion rings, plus an extensive wine list to match.
Filet mignon with horseradish mash and beer battered onion rings
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