Best Known For
Beef Wellington for Two: signature dish with eye fillet, served with Parisian smoked mash, a mix of green and shallots, infused in beef and Port jus.
Convivial gastronomy on the Goldfields is what you’ll find at French bistro Table et Terroir on High Street in Maldon. Bringing a slice of France to regional Victoria, Chef Cedric Bricnet – who is originally from Lille – and partner Clare Shamier mix good food with good company at this restaurant, where cosy tables offer glimpses of the countryside through windows and artwork adorns the walls. A prix fixe set menu is served during midweek lunch service, while those dining in the evening start with pistachio and currant quail and duck terrine, toasted herb butter sourdough and pickles; or classic steak tartare, with black garlic and confit egg yolk. For the main, say merci to pan-seared duck breast, with carrot, rhubarb and duck jus; finishing indulgently with a dessert of crème caramel.
24 High Street, Maldon 3463 VIC - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos
Seats: 30 Chef: Cedric Bricnet