Discover our burgeoning food scene with a day or two exploring the best eats in the area.

Watton Street is home to trendy cafés, friendly pubs and a diverse range of cuisines from around the world.

The next day head out to the Werribee Park Precinct, which is quickly establishing itself as a must stop destination for foodies. 


Day One

Watton Street: Here a day is easily filled with a diverse selection of eating and drinking options.

Coffee / Brunch / Lunch

Wolf on Watton - a destination for seasonally inspired food, specialty roasted coffee, hand-picked wine and signature cocktails.  Not quite a café, not quite a restaurant – rather a refined space offering for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks.



Notorious Espresso - one of the prettiest and most delicious brunch menus in the west, this crew are also serious about their coffee.

Black Seed Café - another must-do on the brunch scene, renowned for their coffee and welcoming family feel.

Afternoon Drink

The Park Werribee – the go to place for beer, here you can choose from 30 beers on tap or the extensive selection of craft beers. Pair them with a meal from the seasonally driven menu.


Bridge Hotel Werribee - the latest offering from The MoL Pub Group (Marquis of Lorne, Union House and Mount Erica Hotel), The Bridge Hotel has reopened after undergoing an extensive refurbishment. Here the menu far surpasses the usual pub fare, overseen by chef Jack Swain.


An impressive range of international cuisines on offer, take your pick from Indian, Middle Eastern or Asian, just to name a few. Local favourites include:

Mama Lor - serving up delicious traditional Filipino fare.

Fusion Ceylon - a favourite with locals, Fusion Ceylon serves up big Sri Lankan flavours and street eats, including the delicious Kothu Roti (shred naan bread stir fired with chicken, egg and vegetables).

District 3030 – one of Werribee’s newest Vietnamese restaurants District 3030 (sister restaurant to District 3439 in Sunbury) has quickly established itself as the go to place for dumplings and pho.


Day Two

Werribee Park Precinct has long been famous for its stunning gardens and stately mansion, it’s also cementing its place firmly on the map of must visit food destinations.

Coffee / Brunch


The Refectory Parlour - start your day sipping on coffee under the Mansion eves at The Refectory Parlour, a café / wine bar located in the west wing of the Mansion. Choose from the decadent cake display or treat yourself to a homemade ice cream or an alcoholic popsicle.


Shadowfax Wines – enjoy a tasty Mediterranean inspired lunch in the spacious, architect designed cellar door and restaurant, the philosophy in the restaurant is the same as in the adjoining winery – to showcase the finest quality regional produce. 

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Lancemore Mansion Hotel, Shadowfax Wines and The Refectory Parlour all offer gourmet picnic hampers which can be enjoyed within the gardens at Werribee Park. Simply jump online and book ahead, your picnic hamper will be ready for collection on arrival. Picnic blankets, umbrellas and chairs are also available.


Joseph’s Restaurant & Bar – end your day with a meal at Joseph’s Bar & Restaurant at Lancemore Mansion Hotel. Here the menu features modern European cuisine and is seasonally driven with a strong focus on local produce. With Executive Chef David Green (ex-Lake House, Daylesford) at the helm, you’re in good hands.

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