Bowral in Autumn…
PL spent a lovely weekend in Bowral. Although it was a chilly 8 degrees, we kept warm sheltering in various homeware stores and restaurants like Biota Dining – highly recommended for Sunday brunch followed by a walk around the Produce Markets.
Aside from the restaurant’s warm, yet subdued interiors featuring materials like raw timber and zinc, there were some really special features. The intricate iron entrance light by Thomas Bucich (above) and green pendant shades above the communal tables (below); the fireplaces both inside and out offer cosy places to sit whilst savouring the beautifully presented food and admiring the striking artwork. PL adores this Rooster series (oil on linen) by Craig Waddell.
Walking around the beautiful gardens after breakfast, we sampled some delicious produce – breads, wines, sweets, hazelnuts to name a few. However the resident pair of geese, named Foie and Gras kept everyone on their toes!
It was a tough decision to choose from all that was on offer, but we went home with dangerous ‘Addiction’ chocolate nut brittle and an array of jams, chutneys and verjus from Sally Beresford’s Mount Ashby Vineyard & Cellar.
Thank you to Sarah and Will @ Bowral Removals for hosting a fantastic weekend!
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