Best Known For
Slow-braised lamb shanks, fresh green beans and Dorrigo mash.
Built in 1925, the aptly named Heritage Hotel Motel in Dorrigo is home to The Fernery Bistro, a family-friendly venue of choice for both locals and those travelling through. Constructed by Michael Feros, the grandeur of this heritage-listed locale is a classic example of Australian architecture, maintaining a timeless style from the inside out. Furnished with original dining room tables topped with Dorrigo hoop pine, the bistro radiates with warm homely touches of honey-toned wood, exposed brick and lush ferns. The lunch crowd is satisfied with offerings like beer-battered flathead, chips and salad, or perhaps butter chicken and fragrant rice; while those dining in the evening can expect mains like reef and beef – Cape Byron Angus Scotch fillet, local prawns, creamy sauce, chips and salad.
Cnr Hickory & Cudgery Streets, Dorrigo 2453 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Eftpos
Seats: 100 Chef: Head Chef: Stephen Locke. Chefs: Shaun Pearson and Robert Summerhayes.
- Up to 50 Guests
- Birthday Party
- Dinner Party