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The Courthouse is located in Warragul within the region of Gippsland. You may also wish to see other Warragul restaurants or Gippsland restaurants.
The Courthouse, Warragul has been independently rated as: Licensed Cafe/Informal Restaurants. The crossed spoon and fork symbols are only representative of The Courthouse restaurants setting, décor & style. View the minimum requirements for each level of restaurant rating.
The Courthouse restaurant has been listed under the cuisine classification: Modern Australian.
A recommended dish from the menu is 'Filet mignon with horseradish mash and beer battered onion rings'
Please check the features and facilities symbols to see if The Courthouse also offers Vegetarian Options, Gluten Free Options, Halal Options and Kosher Options. We recommend that you phone The Courthouse restaurant in advance if you have any specific dietary requirements.
The Courthouse Restaurant is located at: 72 Smith St, Warragul. For directions on how to get to & from The Courthouse, please refer to the map. Onsite parking at Warragul restaurants is not always available. We recommend you phone The Courthouse restaurant on (03) 5622 2442 in advance for parking information.
Tipping at The Courthouse restaurant is optional, but none the less very much appreciated. If you are pleased with the service it is customary in Warragul to leave a tip of 5-10%.
Some restaurants in the Gippsland Region require you reserve in advance, while numerous others have a no reservation policy. To avoid disappointment we highly recommend you phone The Courthouse Restaurant on (03) 5622 2442 in advance to find out their reservation policy and availability.
The Courthouse Restaurant Warragul, opening hours are:
Breakfast: Saturday Sunday Lunch/Dinner: Monday Wednesday - Sunday Open Late: Monday Wednesday - Sunday
Every Gippsland 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 Courthouse Restaurant to ensure there has been no change to their opening hours prior to visiting.
Unless it has been otherwise noted, prices for The Courthouse 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 Courthouse restaurant in Warragul has been of assistance. More information about this restaurant can be found at http://thecourthouse.agfg.com.au
(03) 5622 24...
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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Seasonal variations may occur.
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