RED HILL EPICUREAN
Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

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The ultimate foodie experience waits at Red Hill Epicurean on the Mornington Peninsula. Encompassing an Italian-style bakery, cheese larder, Italian cucina and Regional Wine Centre, the venue is a celebration of the fine produce that the Mornington Peninsula is renowned. There are 130 seats and the Italian-inspired menu delivers wood fire pizzas, house baked bread and local wines from vineyards such as Paringa Estate and Foxeys Hangout. There is also a private dining room, available for functions.
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General info

Address:

165 Shoreham Road
Red Hill VIC 3937

Suburb:

Red Hill

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Cuisine:

Gluten free available, Italian, Organic, Pizzas

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Specials & Events

This restaurant has not scheduled any event.

Functions

FUNCTION MENU
Please contact the restaurant for further information.
MAX SEATING
130 pax

Features

Breakfast
Outdoor Dining
Private Dining Room
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
AWARDS
This restaurant does not have any awards.

Reviews

CHEF RECOMMENDATIONS
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Henry - 10/06/2013
The food here is tasty and generous but I think overpriced. The atmosphere is fabulous when the place is busy. Due to the large space it is very noisy and I think it would be better to have more small tables for 2 or 4 to help patrons enjoy the food and conversation which would help deal with the din.
Jacqueline Ralph - 31/03/2013
We attended dinner in their private dining room last night with a group of friends. Being Easter the venue was extremely busy but the service we received was excellent,we were not left wanting anything. The food was delicious especially the mixed seafood platter (plenty of juicy prawns)' if anything there was a little too much food. Both Leah & Craig aimed to please us & they certainly did. We will be back soon.