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A seasonal menu, with dishes such as torched salmon sashimi, seaweed, pickled ginger, sesame crisp and wasabi mayo.
A Hamptons look and fine fare awaits at Amelia Park Lodge on Bussell Highway in Abbey. Retaining heritage listed older parts of Newtown House, the Lodge has been refurbished with clean lines and black and white décor, inviting guests to linger over a leisurely lunch with glass in hand, or spoil a special someone with a romantic mood-lit dinner. A fresh, authentic international inspired menu is on offer with starters such as crispy fried whitebait and spicy saffron dip, or perhaps sticky lamb ribs, Asian slaw and lotus crisps may tempt. For the main affair, delve into the likes of a Tomahawk rib eye with peppercorn sauce, truffle potato mash and pancetta, broccolini, lemon butter, walnuts and gremolata; finishing sweetly with chocolate mousse, white chocolate crumble and raspberry sorbet.
A few words from Amelia Park Lodge
The Restaurant is the original historic dwelling on the property. This building with low-stoop doorways and high ceilings, has been lovingly restored with the conservatory as a welcomed addition to the front of the building. The history of the building is displayed in the images on the walls, and by the showcasing of original features, such as the kitchen stove in the main foyer. It's an authentic tribute to local history, and has a delightful menu to boot.
For an intimate and exclusive dining experience, there is the Private Dining Room, perfect for celebrating milestone events and anniversaries, or for people seeking a private dining experience. Catering to just 8 persons, enjoy a personalised menu and premium wines. To book the Private Dining Room please contact The Lodge directly.
The Tavern, although sympathetically designed to externally match the era of the Restaurant, internally resembles a Viennese concert hall in height and grandeur, with an eclectic mix of French, Italian and Spanish furnishings. Fitted with antique mirrors, copper bar, marble vanities, imported Italian tiles, and large Spanish inspired chandeliers, gives you a truly sumptuous European experience. A whiskey room and champagne lounge, add to the rich and luxurious mood.
The Guesthouse, onsite with the Restaurant and Tavern, is conveniently positioned within proximity to Busselton, Dunsborough and the Margaret River wine region, offering a central location for you to enjoy all that the South West has to offer. The Guesthouse rooms are fitted with all the necessary conveniences, and is the perfect accommodation option for your next trip down south.
5850 Bussell Highway, Abbey 6280 WA - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Chef: Gary Wilkins