Barmah Park Vineyard & Cafe
House Made Buttermilk Pancake Stack (Mixed Berry), 13AUD
Drove down to Mornington and we had breakfast in a winery. We get to have breakfast in a restaurant that oversees the gorgeous plantation fields. Winter is over and the weather have just transitioned into spring. New leaves have began to grow showing off their bare radiant green skin off to the world. Scroll down to see the photos.
Barmah Park Vineyard & Cafe is a family business owned by a father and a son. The father manages the winery plantation while the son takes care of the restaurant. The owner (son) was friendly enough to not only serve us these yummy food, but also let us try several wines that they grow and produce themselves. More on that later, the pancakes are quite the signature in the restaurant. My friend Jo ordered the Mixed Berry Pancakes. These three stacks of fried butter are fluffy, thick, warm and of course super delicious.
House Made Buttermilk Pancake Stack (Banana Butterscotch), 13AUD
Both Rach and I ordered the Banana Butterscotch pancakes. I thought our pancakes was the most delicious options as compared to everything else that my friends ordered *victory dance*. Drenched with that amount of butterscotch, it still ain’t enough for me. I would love to come back to Barmah Park Vineyard & Cafe just to have their awesome banana butterscotch pancakes.
French Toast, 17AUD
One of the tastiest French Toast ever. Slices of pan fried sourdough with a banana drenched in maple syrup. The nuts are sesame sweet dukkah and the chocolate ice cream right on top is home-made using the ever famous Lindt chocolates.
Big Barmah Brekky, 20AUD
Not the best Big brekky, but its not bad as well. As usual, you can have your eggs poached, scrambled or in sunny side up. The Big Barmah Brekky is coupled with streaky bacon, tomatoes, chipolata bratwurst sausages, sauteed mushrooms and a sourdough toast.
L to R: Mocha, 3.80AUD + Latte, 3.80AUD + Flat White, 3.80AUD
Yummy I’m feeling sweet on top of my pancakes and ordered a mocha. Yan ordered latte while Rach ordered the flat white.
Barmah Park Vineyard & Cafe’s cellar door
The owner let us try three white wines and three red wines. Of which, everyone preferred the white wine called the “2012 Pinot Gris”. I didn’t try the wines but my friends did. I heard it was quite dry and the 2012 Pinot Gris consists of lime, pear and green apple aromas.
We wanted to have our meal outside but unfortunately it was too cold. Nonetheless, we still got to eat while looking at this amazing view as the restaurant have clear glass windows. And yeah the sky is pretty dark too and it was about to rain. We don’t wanna risk it.
Cheers from my crew posing with our wines at Barmah Park Vineyard.
Barmah Park Vineyard & Cafe
945 Moorooduc Highway
Melbourne, Victoria 3933
Tel: +(61) 03 5978 8049
Mon to Sun: 9am-4pm