Biota is a dining experience supporting both local farmers and growers, focusing on artisan produce incorporating seasonal botanicals in all aspects of its menus and environment. Our constant study and devotion on the extraction of both taste and aroma in all plant and animal form is an integral part of our cycle. Biota’s food is produce and technique driven, we focus on local products from the surrounding area, foraging as well as propagating have become a large part of our gastronomic journey. Our onsite automated glasshouse grows over 40 varietels of seed imported from france, netherlands and local suppliers which gives us a constant seasonal harvest of shoots, cresses and seedlings getting put into gastronomic practice on a daily basis.
Coffee Culture Bowral
From humble beginnings in 1992 as a small cafe dedicated to impressing the
most serious Southern Highlands coffee critic, Coffee Culture has emerged
as an eating/meeting Mecca in Bowral, NSW, with two cafes, a bakery and
a retail/wholesale roasting business.
Eschalot is one of the finest restaurants in the famous Southern Highlands. A reputation it has created and enjoyed since 2003.
Located in the historic village of Berrima and operating from one of the most significant heritage buildings in the area, Eschalot delivers consistently beautiful cuisine with an elegant and understated sense of occasion.
In summer, Eschalot offers a tranquil outlook to the garden and formal courtyard, while in winter guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks by the open fire.
The Feast@McVitty Restaurant is now fully licenced, specialising in McVitty and other local wines together with an eclectic wine list from all over. With dishes emphasising fresh produce and international influences from Asia to Africa, there is a dining delight to suit all tastes. Come and enjoy superb food, wine and views of the rolling Southern Highlands landscape that you will not find anywhere else .. from its elevated position on the beautiful McVitty vineyard and olive grove property, Feast@McVitty offers magnificent views as far as the distant Blue Mountains.www.feastatmcvitty.com.au