May 12, 2018 | BANNISTERS 6 Things to do in Mollymook and Ulladulla for Foodies
If you love good food, then you must read our post about 6 things to do in Mollymook and Ulladulla area for foodies. You won’t want to miss any of these.
Rick Stein at Bannisters
Rick Stein’s is a must for anyone looking for a memorable dining experience and an absolute delight for the culinary senses.
Since its opening in 2009, Rick Stein at Bannisters has created a reputation for inspired seafood excellence. Located on the headland with sprawling ocean views, the restaurant serves the freshest and highest quality seafood in Rick’s renowned style.
The menu is as exciting as it is extensive, a treasure trove for seafood lovers. Why not go all out and order the ‘Fruits de Mer’, seafood in the French style – all left in the shell and served on ice with mayonnaise and eschallot vinegar. Delicious!
Commee Nulunga Cultural Tours
Take in the sights of the coastline of Warden’s Head in Ulladulla as a friendly local guide shares their knowledge of traditional bush tucker. The Commee Nulunga Trail is a short 700m walk and leads through coastal scrub and down to pristine sands of Bombie Beach, giving participants an opportunity to see, taste and explore the bush tucker used for tens of thousands of years by the Murramarang people.
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Fisherman’s Wharf Seafoods
Fresh is always best when it comes to seafood, and it doesn’t get much fresher than Fisherman’s Wharf Seafoods. Situated next to Ulladulla Harbour, a medley of locally sourced seafood comes straight to the shop from the trawlers.
Open daily, Fisherman’s Wharf is the ideal place to pick up a take-away order of fresh prawns or a serve of fish and chips to enjoy on a picnic by the waterfront.
Cheese, cheese and more cheese? Yes, please!
Producing a variety of boutique cheeses, Cupitt’s Fromagerie sources its milk from local farms and uses traditional techniques inspired by regions in France and Italy.
The Cellar Door is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 5pm, where cheese lovers can order a platter to enjoy with a fine vintage while overlooking the lush green vineyards.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to cafes in the area, with too many to name. Here’s a few little gems that are hot favourites with the locals.
Native – located in prime position on Ulladulla Harbour, Native offers nourishing whole foods, raw snacks and a famous brew. Get your coffee fix here.
Pilgrim’s – open for breakfast, lunch and Mexican fare several nights a week, Pilgrim’s is a great option for those looking to indulge in a vegetarian menu.
Woodburn Deli – conveniently situated within walking distance from Mollymook Beach, Woodburn Deli offers a counter full of mouth watering, house made cakes, breads, pastries and antipasto delights.
Milk Haus – offering a seasonal menu with a sustainable focus, Milk Haus utilises local produce for dishes created to provide a feeling of wellbeing. Open Thursday – Monday for breakfast and late lunches.
Street Food Sunday
Taste buds looking to travel?
Tallwood restaurant serves up street eats inspired by the flavours of the world on the first Sunday of every month from 12.30 to 5pm.
Visiting all corners of the earth, the Street Food Sunday lunch has previously represented cuisines from Mexico, Thailand, Greece and South Africa, to name just a few. There’s something to please everyone’s palate.
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