Bellevue, is a legacy drawing from the extensive history of the hotel.
Established in 1857 and dubbed ‘The Clifton Hotel’, it was purchased by Thomas Hardy in 1901, adding the gable wing and renaming it to ‘The Bellevue Hotel’ until 1939.
Views from the dining room span to the picturesque gardens of Hardy’s Tintara and oldest Moreton bay fig tree in the southern hemisphere.
The offering is authentic to the wine and produce region of the Fleurieu and Southern Vales.
Chef Simon Burr and team have produced the first offering of a menu at the beginnings of the exciting and ongoing revamp of the Hotel and Dining Room.
You can expect traditional Pub fare with the use of quality local ingredients, South Australian seafood and share style of some of Simon’s favourite dishes from his extensive experience as a Chef and producer.
A Char-grilled 450 gram 28 day dry aged Rib eye, with some Goolwa Cockle croquettes to start perhaps or a Spencer Gulf Prawn Cocktail and Ellis Butchers, Wagyu Burger on Brioche…
Our specials are also innovative, regularly changing impressive Restaurant quality dishes and certainly something to look for…
We haven’t however neglected the importance of a daily Roast with seasonal Roast vegetables!
Dietary requirements can be catered for with minimal fuss,
we pride ourselves on providing something for everyone.
We offer relaxed table service and our staff are attentive, friendly and knowledgeable.
We offer outdoor dining options, can cater for functions and family dining.
Our wine offering and is extensive showcasing local producers, our neighbours in other Australian wine regions, and an international offering.
Bookings are greatly appreciated.