Article Source: Broadsheet Melbourne
Sometimes, it feels like Melbourne is the be-all and end-all of dining in this state. But visit certain parts of regional Victoria and that illusion quickly falls away. You’ve probably heard of Brae, which has twice appeared on the World’s Best Restaurants list.
Browse this group of restaurants and you’ll see there are plenty more places worth taking a road trip for, regardless of how many hours the drive is. Our tip? Stay the night and make a weekend of it – it’ll only make the meal that much more memorable and special.
Pt. Leo Estate’s in-house fine diner is up there with the Peninsula’s best culinary experiences. Chef Phil Wood and his team are renowned for their commitment to local produce, so the only constant to the changeable menu is that most ingredients will have come from the Mornington Peninsula, if not from Pt. Leo itself.