• Have you heard? Learn where to eat, drink and stay warm in the City of Whittlesea.

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    For more great things to see and do in the City of Whittlesea visit: http://www.whittleseatouris...

    Have you heard?
    Food glorious food…oh we have so many choices.
    There is no need to venture into the CBD to experience outstanding quality dining. The restaurant scene in the City of Whittlesea has continued to go from strength to strength. You can now take your pick from a delicious array, right here on your doorstep;

    Turners Bakehouse Eatery, Mernda: Breakfast, hearty lunch, freshly baked authentic breads, pies and pasties; all baked in the 130 year old Scotch oven! Be sure to ask about the bakery tours to learn more about the rich history of this area.
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    Farm Vigano, South Morang: Discover a little part of Tuscany right here in South Morang. Enjoy the antipasti, pizza and pasta filled with local ingredients. Guests will simply love the delicious salami, prosciutto and capocolla.
    For more information on Farm Vigano visit:

    18g, Westfield Plenty Valley, Mill Park: Offering a unique blend of specialty coffee that will wake your tastebuds. This modern menu is abundant with fresh produce, from sharing planks to individual dishes like the pulled lamb benedict with saffron hollandaise. Set in an industrial atmosphere this hidden gem is definitely worth a visit.
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    Blue Stone Kitchen, Wollert: On a cool day there is no better place than by the fire place in this historic building. Specialising in authentic flavours of the Mediterranean with a modern twist you can’t go past the famous organic homemade Scialatielli Pasta with Mussels, Prawns, Scallops, Vongole & Calamari, potato gnocci bolognese or one of the amazing pizza creations on the menu.
    For more information on Blue Stone Kitchen visit:

    That’s Amore Cheese, Thomastown: 'That's Amore' meaning 'That's Love' perfectly describes the passion behind this local favourite. Enjoy the selection of dishes made the traditional Italian way from the gnocchi to the porchetta and so much more. The fresh hot ricotta is served every weekday until 10am and 12pm on weekends. If you haven’t tried it, you’re missing out! Over the cooler months you can also take your pick of the cooking classes covering all things cheese. From making cheese, to cooking with cheese. What’s not to love?
    For more information on That’s Amore Cheese visit: http://www.thatsamorecheese...

    When friends and family come to stay, arm yourself with a full list of all the dining options in your local area whittleseatourism.com.au Show less
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