Eat & DrinkYour guide to gastronomic delights
Teeming with fantastic restaurants, wine bars, vineyards and cafes, your palate will enjoy every part of a visit to Central NSW. But the food experience in this part of the world means more than sitting down for a beautiful meal or sipping an inspiring glass of wine. Being tightly woven into the land, its history and its people, the food story here can put you in black tie and gumboots for a truffle hunt, in a farm-house kitchen learning to cook, tasting bush-tucker over a smoky camp fire or following the trail of the 100 Mile Diet.
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Albion Hotel Grenfell
118 Main Street, Grenfell
The Albion Hotel is located in upper Main Street and is a picturesque historic building with an impressive veranda and restored ironwork. It also features a large beer garden and TAB and KENO facilities .
Grenfell Bowling Club
Cross Street, Grenfell
In addition to first class lawn bowling greens, the Grenfell Bowling Club provides sporting facilities for social and competition games of squash, netball, darts and indoor bowls.
The Bistro provides great priced family meals for lunch and dinner, Tuesday - Sunday.
Happy Inn Chinese Restaurant
27 Main Street, Grenfell
The Happy Inn Chinese is Grenfell's signature Asian cuisine restaurant.
Providing dine in services, it's the ideal place to bring friends and family for a great meal.
They also offer takeaway options.
South West Cafe Grenfell
1 Main Street, Grenfell
Award winning coffee, takeaway food, pizzas and friendly service.
Open long hours for your convenience. Located at the end of the Main Street, next to the Caltex Service Station.
Come along to the South West Cafe and enjoy local hospitality, a great menu and wonderful ambience.
43 Camp Street, Grenfell
For all your caffeine needs, Spannerman Espresso bar is your one stop shop! With 40 years experience, visit Chris for all your caffeine needs.
There is a small selection of home baked goods as well. Sit back and enjoy the morning sunshine, or grab something on your way through town.
The Railway Hotel
Main Street, Grenfell
The Railway Hotel is on the corner of Main Street and Grafton Street and is a historic building of great significance in Grenfell. The Railway Hotel staircase was used in the film 1915 starring Sigrid Thornton.
150-152 Main Street, Grenfell
Coffee Shop specialising in homemade cakes, slices, quiches and locally made pies and sausage rolls.
Daily lunch specials and roast dinners on Wednesday. Catering available and private functions.
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